Save Me! Attach of the UFOs

First, I’ll share with you a completely unrelated photo that makes me laugh every time I see it. I managed to take 2 photos within seconds of each other that I feel successfully captured the moment. See:

The best part of it you can’t even see, he was laughing too!

Ok, now for the post:

How many of you have UFOs?

Seriously, I think I could go on and on with this one… but for time sake lets just say I have a few.

Yesterday I committed/convinced myself to finishing as many of these UFOs this summer as possible.

The way I look at it, they are all things that are cluttering up my, well, my everything. Granted, they are packed away in baskets/boxes so I don’t see them out and about, but I feel like they are clouding my thoughts.

I have:
– The first quilt I ever started (wish I had a teacher to recommend something other than a larger than twin size pinwheel, yea I was set on it)
– A sashiko sampler I finished that has yet to make itself into a pillow.
– Knitted hat that needs a felt brim on the inside and tassels, yea that’s all it needs!
– A king sized granny square quilt
– Little girls Christmas Dress that I started about 2 years ago (everything is cut out)
– Counted Cross Stitch of a Wizard, what was I thinking?? (this one may be permanently abandoned…)
– Lots of clothes to make patterns out of or upcycle to cover stains/tears.

I know I’ve got to have more, and have simply forgotten about them. But, I’m feeling determined to finish these, and I’m pretty sure that I will come across some others on the way.

Now, I am not considering any of these to be current WIPs (yet), since each of these has been somewhat abandoned.

Maybe, I’m feeling a little guilty for quitting on them… I think it’s mostly my recent need to clean and get rid of un-needed things. De-clutter here we come!

What about you? Do you have any crafting goals for this summer?


3 thoughts on “Save Me! Attach of the UFOs

  1. My UFO list is huge right now, espec. because my king WIP is taking up most of my time. I have 4 personal quilt tops and 2 for the primary that need basted/quilted/bound… and 2 more to make for the primary as well, and 2 pillow tops that need completed. I'd really like to get all of my UFO's completed before the end of the year – there is no point in having lovely tops that sit around, get creases, and collect dust/dog hair.

    I have 2 quilt-a-longs I'm starting this month/early July but I think I will force myself to go slowly on those and work on my UFO's at the same time. Piecing is a good break from quilting anyway so they should go well together. I'll keep you posted 😉

  2. I have a list of UFOs but I think it will get longer before it gets shorter because there are all kinds of new things I want to try. That's what happens when you start reading blogs and on-line tutorials. UFOs will be boxed and housework will be postponed as long as possible!

  3. I know exactly what you mean Jojesek!

    The internet gives us a never-ending supply of how-to's, tutorials, and ideas. I definitely have a long list of things I would like to do.

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