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Thread: My UFO's...The REAL Number

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    Super Member Boston1954's Avatar
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    I just finished going over my list of quilts, and writing down the names of the unfinished ones. This includes the tops that are done and ready to be quilted, and the tops that are not done yet. OUCH!!! There are 24! I am going to have to force myself to not be starting so many more until some of these get completed.

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    I can't believe how brave you are going thru the ufo's and actually counting them. I am too scare to venture down that road. I don't think I'm that far behind.

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    That's funny that you actually counted them. I think I know then I remember another and another and oh yeah another.

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    okay let's see what I have :shock: :oops: :roll: :wink:

    3 that need binding
    7 wip's thatiI work on every month because they are BOM
    14 Ufo's
    I guess that is all not too bad huh :lol: :lol:


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    Super Member Quilt4u's Avatar
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    I lost count. And I just started two more. I'm just asking for trouble.

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    WIP's... let me think... 5?? I think...

    UFO's... ...they get shoved to the bottom somewhere... my UFO's mostly consist of "prototype" objects. You know, is this something I REALLY want to do. Usually fabrics that don't match, but I keep them around for the idea. Maybe they'll be made into something down the line.

    So, maybe I'm not doing too badly. But I really can't do too many at a time. Homeschooling 4 kids doesn't leave a lot of brain cells too remember too many projects.

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    when does something go from being an "experiment/learning item" to being a UFO?

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    I can only count to ten because I ran out of fingers. Don't tell Dbeck that or she will shake her head.

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    I don't want to play this game. It makes me feel bad about the amount of money that is just sitting there. :oops: :oops:

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    Right now I only have two. My dds flannel log cabin for Christmas and my Christmas tree skirt (although I just got the last "perfect fabric" for a couple of Christmas pillows and the most adorable snowman wallhanging pattern that I want to start!) Like I need to ADD to my UFOs! :lol:

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