Ok, first UFO to finish will be my applique Whig Rose.
Well, I stood looking at the tub which my 2nd oldest UFO lives in for quite some time. After all, it is about 9 feet off the ground. (I live in metric, but some things are just imperial. Like the ceiling heights in my house, and all quilting measurements. LOL)
Finally I got the courage and the ladder to get the tub down and look at a quilt I started in february 2002!!!
It's a Whig Rose block, repeated 4 times. I took a class back then more for company than the need for the pattern. Unfortunately, the class ended with the 4 central blocks. The borders were "whatever you want". I think most people put 4 plain borders around and it was finished. I really wanted to applique a vine. Applique is no problem, but designing my own pattern is. So, it has sat in the box for 8 years, brought out a couple of times as the mood struck to work on the borders. I've kind of designed them with help from Elly Sienkiewicz and her applique books. This is where I'm at currently. I have 4 borders at the same stage, but only photographed 2.
The second project is a quilt I made just last year for my DD1. A little busy for me, but she likes it.
So, that's 2 projects to keep me out of trouble. And they're only a start, as they say in the classics, " there's lots more where they came from."