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Thread: Non-quilting UFOs

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    So I never really thought about it until I started quilting and was reading about all the ufos on here, but I have a TON of yarn projects I've never finished... Crochet mostly.

    What sorts of non-quilting ufos does everyone else have?

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    I hate sewing anything clothes related. It would be the button my husband asked me to sew on over 18 months ago. One day, I will get to it.

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    i have raggedy ann dolls that are half done from 12 years ago. i have a stuffed reindeer centerpiece from 8 years ago. than i have a few knit projects started but the guage is lost, so they will never be done :)

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    I have a quilt that I pieced some of the blocks wrong. Put it away last winter but I really need to get it out and have a date with my seam ripper.

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    Sorry I guess my reading comprehension is off today. Non-quilting UFO would not be a quilting UFO. Think I need a nap. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarinet87
    So I never really thought about it until I started quilting and was reading about all the ufos on here, but I have a TON of yarn projects I've never finished... Crochet mostly.

    What sorts of non-quilting ufos does everyone else have?
    I have a bunch of knitting UFOs. At this point they'll probably never be finished cause they're sweaters that have since either gone out of style or would no longer fit me. They must have shrunk while in storage or something. LOL

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    I love to scrapbook to and have two years of vacation pictures I have yet to put in albums.

    LOL, I am too busy trying not to have quilting UFO's.

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    My house is a UFO. We are constantly remodeling one part or another.

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    How long a list do you want?

    I have clothes that I need to finish, knitting/crochet projects, a baby quilt (that I SHALL finish this year), etc.

    Then I have home improvement projects, canning projects, etc.

    Not enough time

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    Quote Originally Posted by redkimba
    Not enough time
    never enough time.........

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    Crochet, embroidery, scrapbooking, hmmmh..let me think....my old house, pajamas to finish for everyone, laundry, yard work...I could go on and on...lol

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    I have plastic sandwich bags full of 40 years of broken beaded necklaces, beads for necklaces, things that could be made into necklaces, and missing-one earrings which could be turned into pins or necklaces.
    I have 30 years worth of photos and negatives - some of which were properly put in books which disappeared in moves or got rained on when house leaked.
    I have a giant cardboard box full of newspaper/magazine cutouts which when scanned and OCR'd could be a giant cookbook. I used to put them in scrapbooks back in the day before kids.

    I will do these things when heaven forbid I break both legs and have to sit still.

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    i have counted cross stitch and cou[le afagjans crocheted

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