My list of unfinished projects (UFOs) is relatively long. I keep it on my phone and update as needed, but to make myself feel better, I also keep a list of finishes. And, indeed, I have finished quite a few things this year already. I only have one top waiting to be quilting, and I don't like it. One of these days I'll think of a way to enhance it with quilting so I will want to finish.
Meanwhile, I joined in another row by row swap with an online group, and here's my first row. It's not the best photo - I took it with my phone because Paul is out at a cemetery taking a photo for a power point presentation he's doing. I used purple fabrics that I bought last year. I buy things because I like them, and then when I get home, I'm not quite sure what I'll make. But eventually something comes to mind.
This package will be on its way to Janet early this week. She'll make a row and then mail it on to the next person. When the package returns, six other people will have made rows that I will put together. It may be a rectangular quilt, or, like a couple of others, it may surround a medallion. We'll see!
Next on my agenda is a return to "Atlantic Crossing," which I started in a class with Deb Tucker at the Vermont Quilt Festival in June. I was waiting for some fabric to go with the background I had used on the borders and center. Now I have a whole bunch of flying geese to put together. I want to hand quilt it since it's wallhanging size. Maybe I'll work on it in Alabama this winter.