I started this quilt for my daughter who loved roller coasters. It is a black and white roller coaster print set in a link block. Actually, this top now has the border which is a continuation of the print. So, all it needs is quilted. Hmm... wonder who might have a mid arm they haven't even plugged in?...
This is the center part of Jinny Beyer's kit Moonglow. The 12 compass blocks were easier to piece than the top as a whole was to put together. The directions were pretty lacking, or my brain power was pretty lacking. I had the worst time getting the cornerstones to come together. It needs the border. I don't really want to go with the one that is supposed to be on it. But I am pretty disappointed that it isn't "perfect". Plus the fact that since I started making quilts of my own designs, it just isn't as exciting to put one together that looks like everyone else's Moonglow.
This is my first Lone Star. It is a wall size, and was a practice piece I made for a pattern test. It looks striking, but, it isn't perfect. The applique is fused, and needs satin stitched, but I am just not enthusiastic enough to bother. It's so pretty, I haven't got rid of it..
The center part of this is a fabric panel. I pieced the borders. Can't tell ya why I haven't bothered quilting this.. it is just a wall size.
This is a Tahitian Applique. About a crib size. About 45 Inches square. Some of it is hand appliqued, but it isn't finished. I would only hand applique it, I wouldn't finish it by machine. So who knows when it will ever be finished?
I have LOTS of bits and pieces of different quilts in various stages. I have several shelves of started projects. "Kits" with all of the fabric, the pattern, or idea tucked inside, along with a few finished blocks. I think that I will just stick with finished tops being labeled as UFO's.. I will feel much better about it that way..