This is the top without the borders.
Then, a shot of the "leftovers" - some of these will be used in the flying geese border but most will end up in the pieced backing.
Not to mention the black and white fabrics I didn't even cut into! ;)
And the "West Virginia Backroads" top from a retreat at Hawk's Nest with Bonnie Hunter last November - I love these colors and the pattern is simple, just time-consuming! By the way, Bonnie totally rocks!
This stack is two groups of fabric that I've picked out for quilts - the top one has a pattern already, but the bottom one is still just a group of fabrics that look great together (or at least I think so anyway!)
I also have a stack of grouped fabrics in my closet - both of these have patterns.
I found these great flat boxes at Dollar General - I bought five more this evening.
But I had already purchased eight previously - this past weekend, I worked on getting projects into them.
Under the bottom shelf of fabric in my closet is a row of large, plastic baskets (five in all) and the rest of those new boxes. Each basket has another UFO in it.
Then I have this huge blue tub full of projects - I really don't know how many is in there . . .
And this massive basket on the top shelf has block sets in bags that I've made, won or purchased - not sure how many's here, either . . .
Not to mention the large clear tub that has all the collected fabrics and half-pieced units for my husband's "Welcome Home from Iraq" quilt that I started while he was away in 2003.
So, yep, I've got way too many UFOs!!! :O