Rhonda over at Quilter in the gap is hosting a finish along, where we all drag those un-loved, unfinished projects out of the cupboard, and well, finish them I actually don't have a huge pile of UFO's because
1. I haven't been quilting long
2. By nature, I like to see things finished. I hate having a lot of things hanging around my neck.
But, I do have a few things that I really will be glad to see the back of.
Firstly, dare I mention this,
the dresden circle which we tackled with Lynne at Lily's quilts. I thought I would do just one dresden and make a cushion cover, but like many of you, it was way bigger than I thought. It has gone through several re-births, blogged here and here and here. I have finally made a filler for it, and I just have to GET RID OF IT!
Whilst deciding what to do with the back, I strangely thought it would be a good idea to make another smaller dresden, cut in half with the zipper up the middle. Christ what was I thinking? SO now I have another dresden which I don't know what to do with !
It is much smaller, so I might to make a sister cushion (without the zip up the middle).
In July I started to make this cathedral windows cushion,
but just after I got to this point
I decided I didn't have enough white fabric to finish so I had to abandon it, never to go back to it .... yet. I really like this so I want to finish this one . Here's the fabrics I've got lined up for the windows
And finally, Rhonda may not let me have this one, because I'm not sure if I've blogged about it or not. I have my eye on several lovely fabrics to make a skirt, but as it's years since I last made one, and I need a bit of a practice, I bought some cheap fabric in town, rather than ruin something more expensive. So what I'm saying is ignore the ugly fabric!.
Well that's it - if I get this lot finished it'll be a minor miracle! Watch this space!