Judy L is hosting a UFO Parade
at Patchwork Times. Facing the cold hard truth is hard. Acting on the cold hard truth is going to be fun. I have a lot of UFOs. I am not counting them. I want each of them to be finished. I'm parading one bin at a time.
Last year when I cleared out my sewing room for the big move around, I put my UFOs into big blue bins. I have 4 of them, they are all full. Each bin has a list of what is inside. I keep that list in my notebook.
Today I picked the closest bin to me. Bin number 4. Here are the contents. As I pulled each project out of the bin to take a picture, I made notes on what is needed to finish. Most of them had that info already on it.
There are 2 that I want special backings for so that went on my shopping list. OK, let's start the parade of Bin 4.
Go! Scrappy 1- started October 2010
Blocks complete, red sashing with black cornerstones.
Batik Blocks - started November 2010
This kit contains fabric and instructions for more blocks.
Also sashing and border fabrics.
Hanky Panky - top finished October 2010
There is enough of the blue fabric to use for binding.
I want to use a soft blue flannel for the backing.
Oh, Orca Bay, how you haunt me!
This has been waiting to be quilted since January 2012.
Last week I made the backing, the fabric has aged for about 5 months now.
It should be good to go now.
Binding is made.
9 Patches and Posies - top finished February 2010
I'l like an antique looking floral print for the back of this one.
Binding is made.
Ultimate Scrap Quilt Like Julie's - top completed December 2012
Backing is ready, binding will be very scrappy.
New York Beauty Scrappy Batiks Table Topper
Why hasn't this been quilted???
Yellow back string blocks - February 2011
I need to make 4 more blocks.
These are quilt as you go blocks.
That's the end of today's parade. We'll have another parade on another day. I still have 3 bins full and probably enough new UFOs to fill another bin. But I'm not talking about that today. wink, wink