I'm on a UFO busting assault on the blue bins.
I have reached a point in my life where what's around me must reinforce my life in a positive way. Part of me feels that if I'd really wanted to finish them I would have done so long ago. I'm designing behind the scenes and writing stuff that makes me happy.
Some of these UFO's are just going to have to find their way without me. You know what I mean?
I'm really serious quilters, my UFO's must go out into the universe.
I've left those memories aside along the path I'm on now.
My life is my own and I can share what I want to do, even if its a bit of a rant!
I am not seeing a clear path, but a path has opened up for me and things that don't simply move me forward with new ideas just cannot stay any longer.
Read about this lead up here as I tried to convey how many beautiful half done or almost done projects. Oh my Lord, I need some Blogger Love quilters. This long post listed others that you haven't seen recently.
I completed only one UFO. The lovely pattern from Jen Kingwell, "Midnight Over the Oasis"
Does anyone feel like this or do I have a serious UFO disorder?
Please leave me a comment telling me what do you do with your own bins of UFO's?
Sometimes, its just a lone block that waits. What would you do with a lone block?
Should I just go quietly off to the thrift store donation table and give them away or should I use them for GiveAways here at this blog or would you see their value for your own project? Or should I finish them over my lifetime and donate to charity projects for raffle?
Do you see something to work with in any of these photos? Would you buy a half done project or just few blocks of a color theme?
I know heh, questions and questions!
This is fun. I'm really pumped about hearing your comments.
Bye for now,