With a couple of finishes lately I needed to write a new list of my UFOs. What to add – that was the question? I rummaged around the crates hiding in the wardrobe and pulled out some UFOs to add to my list. Sadly, I have come to the conclusion that I will never run out of things to do. As well as familiar projects lurking in the depths of the crates, there were also some that I barely remembered. I selected one large project and one smaller one, as I like to have a bit of variety.
So my List of Six now reads:
1: Animal ABC Quilt. Top and backing completed and pinned ready to quilt.
2: Horse Quilt No 2. Haven’t touched this one for quite some time, so will be good to get on with it.
3: Kite Quilt – replaces 1930s Baby (Girl) Quilt – one for a boy this time.
4: English Memory Quilt, from our trip in 2008. Replaces Soul Searching which is with the quilter.
5: Christmas Stitchery. Blocks all stitched, ready to assemble.
6: Yo Yo’s. I’m tired of then hanging about so decided to “just do it”.
Six projects, ready and waiting
I didn’t “Roll the Dice” this week, decided instead to catch up with other things. My Quilt Documentation folders are now up to date. I’ve traced off a couple more stitchery designs, written two “real” letters to pen friends, made a pot of soup, and done some baking for our weekend away, leaving Thursday, back on Sunday.
Wednesday 25th was Anzac Day, celebrated both here in New Zealand and in Australia. It’s the day we remember those who fought in the wars, and particularly those who didn’t return.