Which Wips And Ufos From My Quilting Should I Finish First? 

At the end of last year, I posted my finished quilts in review. What I didn’t talk about in that post was everything I didn’t finish last year! So this is that post.

A WIP, or Work in Progress is a term used in the quilting world to talk about a quilt project that is ongoing.

What is a WIP?

In quilting, UFO stands for Unfinished Object. So a quilt project of some sort that is not finished and does not get pulled out and worked on.

What is a UFO?

Some of them have finished their quilts and the rest of us just stopped talking about ours – so I lost my motivation, but I would like to finish this one!

WIP #1:

Farmer’s Wife Sampler Quilt 1930’s

This is my only hand sewing project. I baste these hexagons and sew them into colour coordinated rows with a vague idea of a rainbow hexie quilt one day.

WIP #2:

English Paper Pieced Hexagons

I love denim quilts. I’ve made two so far – one a picnic blanket quilt and the other an improv style denim quilt.

UFO #1:

Denim Braid Quilt

The exercise was meant to be to make your own sampler quilt using block prompts from other members.

UFO #2,3 & 4:

Orphan Blocks and my one unfinished ‘top’

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