2013 UFO Wrap Up

Do you ever fell like you don’t get much accomplished?  I sure do.  Then I sat down and  decided to do a little recap of the UFO’s from 2013.  There were 25 on the list…13 got finished.

I do have to say my favorite might be this one…Labor Day Madness.  It was my oldest UFO.

LaborDayMadness-JosCountryJunction
You can follow the links to see the finished quilts.

Here’s my list:
Perkiomen Daydreams-1
Perkiomen Daydreams-2  Finished in July.  See it here.
A block of the month   Finished in August.  See it here.
Star Quilt Finished in June  See it here.
Nine in the Middle Finish in January  See it her
TumblerFinished  in March  See it here.
Blue Ridge BeautyFinished in October.  See it here.
Criss Cross ApplesauceFinished in April  See it here.
American Patchwork and Quilting Quilt
Cactus Patch Finished in May  See it here.
Wool Project-A Gentle Life
Wool Project-ChristmasFinished in September.  See it here.

Uptown Girl
Pineapple Blossoms Finished in January  See it here.
Stars over Shallotte Finished in November  See it here.
Rectangle Wrangle
Blue Skies
Turkey Tracks
Smith Mountain Morning
Virginia Bound
Hand me DownsFinished in April See it here.
Hawaiian Sunset
Pineapple Crazy
Tribute to Judy
Hip to be SquareFinished in May See it here.

I think the reader favorite and one I got the most feed back from was this quilt, Nine in the Middle.


The quilt that gets used the most and the kids fight over is Criss Cross Applesauce.

CrissCrossApplesauce-1
Now that I reminisced it’s time to get back to reality and check out my new UFO list for 2014.  I’m afraid that won’t be quite fun.

6 thoughts on “2013 UFO Wrap Up

  1. Cheri

    Wow, you completed over half of your UFO list!!! That is pretty good and quite an accomplishment. Way to go.!!

  2. Libby Smith

    Congrats on the finishes! Labor Day Madness is one of my favorite quilts, too. You know how the book says you can use the leftover pinwheels in another quilt? Well, it turns out that other pattern isn’t as big as LDM and I wanted a pair of twins. So I had to make 18 more blocks. Which, of course left me with 18 additional blocks that spun in the opposite direction. Yep, I have three pinwheel quilts and they are all my favorites!

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