Quilt Qwazy Queens Day Two


Quilt Qwazy Queens Day Two

Welcome to Quilt Qwazy Queens Blog Hop Day 2, hosted by Marian at Seams to Be Sew. You’ll find the list of other participants at the end of my post who are also offering daily giveaways. Thank you, Marian, for hosting another brilliant hop.

Our theme this year is UFO’s (Unfinished Objects), you know! Those quilt tops you finished and not quilted yet. Or maybe you haven’t even made all the blocks yet for a complete quilt top.

After much debate with myself about how I am going to show my huge amount of UFO’s, I made the decision to show you ONLY 20 of them, and not all 87!

And to make it easier, I left them all in 1 photo and not 20.

In this photo I have the following UFO’s; Fantastic Beasts 1 & 2, I want to believe, Pink Kitty, Pinstripe Crossing, Star Trek quilt, My Favourite Things, Project of Doom, Signature top, Pinwheel table runner, T Shirt quilt, Ipad Quilt, Place mats, Candlewicking quilt, Fall panel, Camping quilt, Little pink house, Stacked Windows, and Paper Piecing Vintage.

These are the ones, that I had every intention of finishing off this year… what a laugh. This year, is turning out to be just as busy as last year.  But I will persevere.

Please go and visit the other ladies who is posting today, to see what they have been busy with.

FunThreads DesignsElizabeth Coughlin Designs |
| Life in the ScrapatchThrift Shop Commando |

And don’t forget, there is some awesome prizes to win.

The FatQuarter Shop March 15 – 22, 2018
150.00 Gift Certificate

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Happy Sewing!


50 thoughts on “Quilt Qwazy Queens Day Two

  1. Even if you do just a few a year, it helps. That’s quite a pile of UFOs! I can’t imagine what 87 would look like. I never put all mine in one place. LOL

  2. Christi

    87 is a lot. You could give a few away or just don’t count them. I got 12 from a friend, finished them for her and donated to Women’s Shelter. Made everyone happy.

  3. Isn’t it fun tho to get them out and reminisce about them. Even when I was looking thru my UFOs the memories of them came flooding back. I don’t have many and 87 would be way to many for me, but still, I can remember the reason I made every single one of them. 🙂

  4. Becky

    My guild ties donated tops and gives them to fire victims, if there are tips in your UFO pile that don’t inspire you anymore that may be something offered near you too.

  5. Lisa Marie

    Good luck with your UFOs. I find so many great ideas online for new things to make that it’s hard to keep from starting new projects!

  6. Nancy

    UFOs are hard to finish. I have an accumulation that I keep saying I’m going to do, and then something else comes along!!

  7. Susan Pepper

    I recognize some of those blocks. I’ve got to take inventory of all my UFOs. Like you, some are incomplete blocks, incomplete quilt tops and finished tops. Once I have that done, I can prioritize. I know there are 2 I have to get done by June – and those are the 2 that I have the least done on. ARGH!!!

  8. Joan

    Your a brave woman. I don’t have the courage to actually count all that I have! LOL!! We almost need a followup blog hop about the ones we actually did finish at the end of the year! 🙂

  9. Hi, Vanda
    I’m afraid I wouldn’t be able to fit all of my UFOs in one picture unless it were taken with a wide angle lens. Great post. Good luck on finishing some of the them.

  10. You dared to count! You are a braver quilter than I am. I just picked one, ignored the rest and am trying to do my best. May we can get some of them done somehow, someway … though I seem to be generating more as I type … sigh. We could do this theme every year … maybe I might get this one done by next year … 😉 Pat

  11. Elaine

    Our local quilt shop has a PhD program each month this helps me keep my unfinished projects down. But I am always finding something new to start.

  12. Angela J Short

    Lots of fun projects. Thank you for sharing. Have fun with all your UFOs. Have a great day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  13. Beth T.

    Well, Vanda, I can relate to thinking you would be able to tackle all of those projects this year–as well as the new ones you would inevitably take on, right? I’m wondering if some of the UFO’s might be combined into the same project, so that you’d wind up with samplers showing the different things you’d been interested in over the years? Just a thought.

  14. Susan

    Well, they look like small enough square that you could make a lot of mug rugs, pot holders, or mini quilts to finish them faster.

  15. Sandi

    I have some UFOs and I can’t stand it. I want to get them finished and have been working on them. 5 are finished tops and are in the to be quilted pile. I told myself this is the year of finishes but I want to start something new so bad. Don’t know how long I’ll last.

  16. Kathy E.

    You are in very good, friendly company with those UFOs! I pull one of my larger ones out every month and work on it for an afternoon, then put it away again. Someday, it will be done! It’s good to be busy!

  17. Lori Morton

    Thanks for sharing!! Makes rest of us feel better, knowing we (& our own UFO’s are in Great company!! 🙂 Just keep plugging away at that list (or share with other quilter’s..) The list will get shorter…or longer if you add new UFO’s to it! giggle…

  18. usairdoll

    Oh gosh! Did you count all your UFOs? 87 really? I might be up there as well. I’m afraid to count, hehe. We were just given notice we had to move as the owners are selling. So, maybe I’ll count as I’m packing 😉

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

  19. Wow – you know the total count of your UFOs? You are braver than I am. I am being pretty good about completing what I start the last couple years but the previous UFOs are not on my radar.

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