Number 1 is En Provence.
This is a completed top, so shouldn't take too long to finish.
Number 2 is Talking Turkey.
This one is more of a possibility. Two blocks completed and some more components in a bag. We'll see about this one.
Number 3 is my Pat Sloan Garden Quilt. This was her mystery for 2016.
The blocks are together and I've purchased the border fabric. This is definitely a UFO!
Number 4 is a Scrappy Pineapple.
One or two blocks made plus some bits.
Number 5 is a few dollies I made one day when I was bored.
I'm sure I could make some more and big it up somehow.
Number 6 is a batik drunkard's path.
Such a shame not to make something of these.
Number 7 is a Mile A Minute.
I always have a few sets of these blocks. I pin them together in tens so I know how many there are. At least 50 here, which will be great for a Linus quilt in a 7x7 arrangement.
Number 8 is Boxy Squares.
This is a great Bonnie Hunter pattern for using up scraps.
Number 9 is my bag of orphan blocks.
I'm so mean, I can't bear to waste fabric, so any leftover blocks live in here, waiting to find some friends they can play nicely with. I'm sure I can make something awesome from some of this!
Number 10 is log cabin.
I follow Bonnie's scrap user system, and cut leftover strips into useable sizes. I like the 1.5" strips for log cabin. It uses up lots of stuff and looks good too!
Number 11 is Down the Rabbithole.
Here is this Sarah Fielke design at an earlier stage. It's a BOM for 2017, and while it hasn't actually finished yet, I'm quite behind. I haven't finished September's border yet - although strangely, I've nearly done October's. Keep going!
Number 12 is granny squares.
I did quite a lot of these at one time, but obviously stopped working on this green and purple one. Interesting combination of colours!
This is a very ambitious list, but I don't need to worry about the quilt police coming round to check on me! I like ambitions, and love finishes too!