8/26/11

UFO Challenge Revisited


Well, I went and finished up my Winter Wonderland quilt so early that now I'm left with four months in the year and no more challenge.  What's a quilter to do?

It just so happens that I have four long-term WIP's.  What a coincidence!  That's exactly the number of months left in the year.  It certainly makes my next move easy.  If only I were this good at chess.  So here is my revised updated new and improved (zestier, spicier, and oh-so-yummy) 2011 UFO Challenge:

  • September:  Finish "Let Sleeping Cats Lie

  • October:  Finish "Sunshine on my Shoulders," a pattern by Judy Laquidara called Peaches and Dreams


  • November:  Finish "Checkerboard Flowers"

  • December:  Finish "Home is Where the Heart Is"


And if I can do that, I'll start the new year off with all new projects!  It's sort of a New Year's "PResolution".  (I just made up that word.  Betcha couldn't tell.)

9 comments from clever and witty friends:

Charlene S said...

Great idea! Good luck with achieving it.

Stray Stitches said...

Sounds like a wonderful plan. I look forward to watching you check off a WIP each month :)

Darlene's Quilts and Stuff said...

They all look interesting.

Lynda Halliger-Otvos said...

Your plans rock !~!

Kate said...

What a great way to finish up your WIPs. You've finished up a lot already this year.

quiltzyx said...

This will be interesting, watching your progress on all of these!

Connie said...

Your quilt is beautiful and it will be fun watching you work on your UFO's! Have fun.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

If you get those finished, I have lots of WIP's you could work on ; )

Sarah said...

Yeh - I can also loan you some UFO/WIPs if you need.

The quilts you have left to finish are gorgeous. I also have the cat pattern altho it's not even started yet...