Here is my list of UFO’s

Tops- Need to be sandwiched and quilted

  1. 30’s Baby quilt
  2. Cowboy baby quilt
  3. R/W/Blue mini bow tie wall hanging
  4. Gingerbread man wall hanging
  5. 2007 BOM quilt
  6. Broken dishes baby quilt
  7. Blue snowball quilt
  8. Red & Yellow floral Zig Zag quilt
  9. Goose Creek Civil War

Blocks Done- Need to be sewn into tops

  1. Dutchman civil war
  2. Prairie Queen
  3. Pink and White 9 patch
  4. Batik Churn Dash
  5. Blue and Cream Civil war sampler
  6. Bright Quilt
  7. Halloween Quilt
  8. Red/White/Black quilt
  9. Fish block top
  10. Balkan puzzle
  11. Grannie’s Floral garden
  12. Floral log cabin
  13. Red Anvil
  14. Floral Shoo-fly
  15. Orange and green Snowball
  16. Autumn trails
  17. 9 Patch Cream

WIP- Need more blocks to complete

  1. Bow Tie
  2. 2006 BOM
  3. Baby buds
  4. White and cream log cabin
  5. Sunbonnet Sue
  6. Butterfly Shoo-fly
  7. Heart Crazy Quilt
  8. Lily wall hanging
  9. 30’s Churn Dash
  10. 2008 BOM
  11. Scrappy Block
  12. Friendship Star
  13. 25 patch Star wall hanging
  14. Double friendship star
  15. Blue and white Star

I added two more to the list so that makes 41.

6 thoughts on “Here is my list of UFO’s

  1. I’m impressed you are willing to share. I’m so ashamed of my UFO list, I don’t know if I’ll ever share!!! LOL Just take one at a time….I’m trying to shorten my list too!

  2. Wow! You have been very busy! Can’t wait to see some of your completed work as your UFO list goes down!

  3. Hi Fabric Mom, I wanted to pop over and see what you were up to, and say ‘thanks’ for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment.
    I really admire your bravery in listing all your projects that need completing. I’ve done that on paper lists, but haven’t had the courage to list them on the blog…LOL
    I’m such a great ‘started’ and a terrible ‘finisher’. I guess the sewing is alot more fun and exciting than the grunt work of quilting and binding…but I’m determined to see some of those UFO’s finished this year!
    Sorry you got hit by that nasty flu, a couple of my kids did battle with it and it sounds awful. Don’t feel bad about your recliner, mine is my long time best friend in these later years. Brings alot of comfort when I need it.
    Keep up the great work…*VBS* I’m very impressed with your blog. Hugs, Finn

  4. You made me a fan of bow tie quilts…I had been wanting to make one for a while after seeing one you posted, and I finally began last night. I decided I’m lazy and didn’t want to use templates, so I did a variation of the pattern for Mini Bow Ties at Quilter’s Cache (where you layer the squares, sew, then trim it all up – it’s wastful but there’s no tracing or pinning required). I’m thinking next time I might not be so lazy however, I’m not nuts about the center of my ties. Anyhow, thanks for getting me addicted! I see many bow tie quilts in my future! 🙂

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