I know some people who won't start a new project until they have finished the one that they are currently working on. (there aren't many but I DO actually know a few!). I know a few people who only work on a handful projects and finish one or more before starting another. And then there are the rest of us,who start all kinds of projects; finish some, work on a bunch at the same time, put some on hold (for an undetermined amount of time) and go onto the next and even abandon some altogether. So what constitutes a UFO?
Well I guess that answer is a little different for every body...For me it usually means I have gone beyond the fabric collecting stage and started to cut and sew. But what about orphan blocks?! This little quilt was started with a bunch of orphan blocks that had been sitting in a basket for Quite sometime but they were not blocks of my making. Once I adopted them did they become MY UFO?! Oh well, The satisfaction I had in finishing this little quilt was at least as great as if they were some long lost blocks of mine. It is a humble little quilt made for charity and I am happy to have rescued those blocks from oblivion!