UFO Challenge was #5. For me, that meant my Christmas napkins. I really liked this design when I started, a year ago. But after a few, it became a bit tedious and the rest of the napkins were filed away for "later" work. Without Judy, I think they'd still be waiting for "later" to arrive. But here we are - 6 more napkins finished. All they had needed was the top-stitching around the edge, so not a lot of work. So why did I leave them until the very last minute? I finished these around 10pm last night, but they are done! And now I have one more UFO off my list for this year.
Next up, November's UFO. Judy is being really nice to me. 2 UFOs left, and she did not pick the one I am dreading. Next up is #3 - my feathered star. The poor little block has been sitting in my UFO drawer for years, ever since I made it as a practice block for a guild challenge one summer. But now, its time has come. Sometime over the next month I will pull this out and put some borders on it. It is destined to be a quiltie, so doesn't need a lot to stretch from its current 12" size.
Here's a picture of the feathered star, with the fabric I bought 2 years ago to finish it. It looks pretty much the same today, except I used most of that fabric in other projects. This might require some stash growth, but I'm hoping to find most of what I need in the fabric I bought recently.