UFO List Revealed!

Well, I’m not really going to reveal the list, I still have to type up my notes and categorize what is going to come first.  However, all project have been sorted, and it was a lot of work.  I had planned on putting like items into boxes and making a list of what was contained in each box, but I didn’t get that far this week.

This is how far I was able to get though …

Blog photo week 3 photo 2What you are seeing is 9 of my, “Imperfect Produce” boxes, several zip storage bags, and several Art Bin totes containing my UFOs.  These boxes are underneath my longarm.  I know it looks like 6 boxes, but there are 3 more behind the bottom 3.  I could only stack them 2 high, in the front, because there is a support bar under there.

What is the total number of UFOs?  I’m a little embarrassed, but it’s 54.  Some of them are PIGS (Projects In Grocery Sacks) or other projects that may never come to fruition.  I need to decide if I’ll actually make them, or deconstruct and put the fabrics back into my stash.  That will come later.  As I looked at my list, before blogging, I remembered a UFO that I hadn’t listed, which became #54, my Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt 2019, Frolic!  The reveal for the mystery was on Friday, January 17, 2020.  The unpieced block is the photo at the top of my blog!

I’ve decided to focus on a UFO of the week.  Now, that doesn’t mean it will be finished this week, It just means I’ll talk about what is going to happen to it!

Blog photo week 3 photo 1This pretty quilt is a pattern called, “Chandelier” from the book, “Charm School” by Vanessa Goertzen.  It’s a charm pack friendly pattern but I used a layer cake, and of course, I have half of the layer cake left over!  So, that will be more stashbusting to figure out. This UFO just needs to be bound.  I have the binding made and it’s ready to go!

Until next time

Susan

4 thoughts on “UFO List Revealed!

  1. I too have many projects… I have started a list. time to deal with things. My list is not as high as your but my plan is to steadily work on them. I have come to your site through your daughters posting.

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