Wednesday, December 21, 2011

2012 Challenge

I am joining Judy and friends at Patchwork Times for the 2012 UFO Challenge. Since today is busy I won't be able to pull everything out and take pictures but I do have a list.

1.   One Block Wonder
2.   Sampler
3.   Carpenter Star
4.   Marie Antoinette
5.   Machine Appliqué Wall Hanging
6.   Bento Box
7.   Civil War Block of the Week
8.   Sudoku
9.   Luna Notte
10. Orca Bay Mystery
11. New York Beauty
12. Flannel

These are in no particular order. Some need only quilting and binding  but some need a lot of sewing.
I also want to add:

Ongoing projects

English paper piecing hexagon flowers
2 inch and 2 1/2 inch leaders/enders

Unfinished smaller pieces 

Mini Bookshelf wallhanging
Flying Geese table topper


3 (I think) tops need quilting and binding
Quilts of Valor- 2 planned (one started and one I have fabric for)

Oh, and of course, I have customer quilts waiting to be finished.  But that is business this is personal.

And I have a Four Patch Posies class scheduled for January. And I would like to make that Christmas quilt I bought fabric for last Christmas time.  And I have recycled jeans cut for a rag quilt.

Ok, now I feel a bit overwhelmed.  But also very motivated!

I remember when I first started quilting, I thought I wasn't going to have lots of unfinished projects....what happened?  Well, I started quilting for others and their quilts got done and mine didn't.  This year I plan to be better about scheduling time for my quilts too.

Thanks to Judy and everyone playing along for the plan to get these UFO's made into quilts.  Looking forward to seeing what beautiful quilts are made in 2012 during this challenge.  Be sure to join in the fun.

Happy Holidays,


Linda in Calif. said...

When I first started quilting I thought the same thing; no unfinished projects. I've always been the type that starts one, finishes, starts another. That just doesn't work in my quilting world. LOL!! Nice list you have going. Good luck with it and I'll be cheering you on.

Ellen said...

Wow - that is a long list! Looking forward to seeing them as they get finished.