UFOvember 2021

How many quilting UnFinished Objects do you have? Do you know?

I used to post a quarterly list of all the projects here on my blog. I loved it. I could see everything in one place and that meant that I didn't have hidden projects out of sight, out of mind. Nothing surprised me when I opened a closet or cabinet that hadn't been opened in a while. It's been just over two years since my last Finish Along blog post. I'm not really sure how many projects I have now... and I've maybe forgotten about some of them.

I had been wanting to resurrect the list, posting it regularly on the blog again. Maybe quarterly, maybe just twice a year. And then Bobbie (of The Geeky Bobbin) reached out to invite me to join her UFOvember Blog Hop.

Huzzah! I've signed up to share a finished UFO with you on November 13 for the Blog Hop alongside 29 other quilters who will be sharing about their UFO inventory, and how they are resuming, reworking, and rehoming those UFOs this month!

So in the next few days I'll be working on updating my list which I'll share later this month. And I'll be back to share my finish on November 13.

Here's the amazing lineup of participants. Bookmark this page so you can get back here to visit each day's new blog post. The first four posts are already live. Enjoy!

Please share how many UFOs you have in the comments and feel free to make a guess at how many quilting UFOs I currently have. ;-) When I update my list I'm going to try to include the age of each project. So if you want to guess how old my oldest UFO is, feel free!

4 thoughts on “UFOvember 2021

  1. Mel Beach

    I just updated my list of UFOs the other night and the total is up to 20. Hoping to tackle a few of them before the end of the year. Hmmmm...I am going to guess 30 UFOs for you...40 if you count those that are in the planning stages. And your oldest is maybe from 2014?!? Looking forward to hearing the results...

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    1. sarah

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      Thanks for sharing, Mel! I know you've been kicking those UFOs into the finished column recently. Step one is to go through my list from Oct 2019 and delete all the ones I have finished. :-)

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  2. I love my WIP list and even if FAL officially stopped, I continue to write it. I started this quarter with 12. I finished one and am waiting for one to be gifted, so I can blog about it. And of course I started a new one too! PS: My oldest is from 2017.

    Good luck with your finish till your blog hop post! And have fun updating your list. Looking forward to seeing it. Though I do not want to venture a guess ;)

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    1. sarah

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      Thanks for sharing, Melanie. It's so hard for me to not start new projects, even when I am focusing on trying to finish WIPs/UFOs.

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