JoAnne asked how many UFOs I actually completed and that prompted this post.
UFO’s Completed to Finish
- Bento Box
- Rebekah’s Fancy
- Red, White, & Bold
- Japanese Jigsaw
- Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend
UFO’s Completed to Tops
- Designer Mystery 2009
- Batik Pineapples
- Autumn Star Struck
- Prairie Paisley
Started , but only got to Top Phase
- Star Crazy
- Paris in the Fall
- Oasis Chain
- Giddy With Change
- Coconut Shaved Ice
Tops Started but Given to Charity as Tops
- Wounded Warrior #1
- Wounded Warrior #2
- Wounded Warrior #3
- Jelly Roll 1600 #1
- Jelly Roll 1600 #2
Projects completed from start to Finish
- Japanese Tsunami Quilt
- miPad Case
- Camera Case
- First Aid Kit
- Nook Cover
- Steelers Quilt
When you look at it this way, it does seem like I got a lot done. I didn’t even include BOM projects or little gifts that I made (and forgot to take photos of). No wonder why my machine needed service earlier than normal (after 10 months vs a year).
July was a quiet month; a month spent with family and enjoying the time with my husband while he was home. Nothing got completed during that time.
August saw a little activity:
I made a 12” quilt for Japanese Tsunami victims:
I also made a miPad case:
September, I made a few more tops.
Star Crazy –
Paris in the Fall:
and Tomorrow’s Heirlooms
October saw the completion of the top Oasis Chain
and a new Camera Case:
I also finished my Bento Box quilt
and Tomorrow’s Heirlooms quilt turned into Rebeka’s Fancy when completed
and Red White and Bold got completed too!
November saw the completion of the top Geometric that I had been planning for a while but never started:
Three tops for Wounded Warriors at Kaneohe Bay:
and finally the Designer Mystery 2009
December saw the completion of the Flurry top
A first aid kit bag
I made a Nook Cover on January 1st to start off the year with a bang.
Unfortunately, I fizzled and didn’t complete anything again until February with my reversable Japanese Jigsaw Table Runner.
March saw me complete the top of my Batik Pineapples
April saw a bit more activity:
Awesome which is still a top:
Giddy with Change, another top:
Autumn Star Struck top
and finally the completion of “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend”
April sure did make up for the inactivity the first three months of the year.
In May I completed the top for Prairie Paisley
a Jelly Roll 1600 quilt top for the Quilter’s Dream ALS Hopes and Dreams Challenge
and a top for my son – Coconut Shaved Ice
I also made a quilt and finished it for my husband, a Pittsburgh Steelers quilt:
There was also two blocks made for friends who were leaving Oahu
In June, I made another 1600 quilt for the ALS challenge:
With that, I am going to stop the post for now and continue on in another one tomorrow; This one is very photo-intense!
From my family to yours – Have a great day!
Wishing you and your family Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!