When I started the year, I had four completed quilts under my belt, and plans to make as many quilts as I could with the time and fabric I had. I didn't even know what a UFO was, and when they talked about them at my guild, I had to ask someone what it was all about. Now, things are a bit different. I haven't counted the number of quilts I have finished, but I soon will. I have been looking at the stack of projects I have in various stages of completion. In other words, UFOs.
There are a few things I just don't have any interest in finishing right now, but the others will be put back on my to-do list for the new year. A few of them need backs, quilting, and binding. A few of them need more borders before I can even think about finishing. Some need more blocks. I have listed six of them for the UFO challenge at my guild. As I finish each of them, I have plenty more to add.
As I think about next year and quilting, I wonder if I will finally settle into one style. Do I really need to? When I look at the list I have started of quilts I want to make, it looks like I will still be trying a bit of everything. Over the next few weeks, I think I will be posting a bit about what I have accomplished this year, and what I hope to do next. This is mostly because I am making Christmas presents and won't be able to show much of what I am doing. I am also doing it so I will have it out there and will have a list to compare to at the end of next year.
In the meantime, I am still quilting and having great fun. I will show you all the things I am making after they have been given.
Joyful quilting, everyone.