Welcome to ufovember

Back for the 2nd year, UFOvember is a blog hop and social media event to celebrate our UnFinished Objects. As crafters, many of us are great at starting projects. But, for a variety of reasons, we’re not so great at finishing them.


With the pandemic continuing to put pressure on our crafty budgets, time, and energy, this is the perfect time to dust off those UFOs and help them back on their journey to completion (and potentially fast track some holiday gifting!).

UFOvember bloggers will share from 4 angles:

Review your UFOs – A combination of inventory, confession, and therapy. What are your UFOs and why did you fall out of love with them?
Resume –
Pick up a UFO right where you left off, get it done, happy ending!
Rework –
Make a plan B for your UFO. Over-dye, slice and dice, repurpose into a different project.
Rehome –
Your emotional trash can be someone else’s treasure. Swap, donate, give away. Tales of finishing someone else’s UFOs.

UFOvember links to visit (each day of the month)

  1. The Geeky Bobbin
  2. Strawberry Creek Quilts
  3. Katie Mae Quilts
  4. Pretty Piney Quilts
  5. Mary Go Round Quilts
  6. Exhausted Octopus
  7. Just Get It Done Quilts
  8. By Hilary Jordan
  9. Sew Hooked on Treasures
  10. Sunflower Stitcheries and Quilting this is us!!!!
  11. Blue Heron Quilting
  12. Carrington creates
  13. Sarah Goer Quilts
  14. Better Done Quilts
  15. Ashli Montgomery
  16. Puppy Girl Designs
  17. Lovingly, Lissa
  18. Art East Quilting Co
  19. rjbosscher
  20. Love to Color My World
  21. Lyns Avenue
  22. Quiltfox Design
  23. Maeberry Square
  24. Karen Bolan Designs
  25. Tina1802
  26. Lazy Cozy Quilts
  27. True Blue Quilts
  28. ?
  29. Sarah Ruiz Quilts
  30. Lyric Art

Why are we all sharing?

This is a great way to hear about the tips, trick and reasoning that others will share for why they are keeping a UFO, reworking a UFO or even rehoming a UFO. Maybe you will find you are quite similar.

I love hearing about the projects others have started and maybe they have fallen out of love with them, the kids have grown out of it, they can no longer get the fabric to match. The inquisitive part of me wonders what they are planning to do with them. If you are like me then follow the links above on the days of November and find out as well.

Then, search through your cupboards and see what WIPs/UFOs you have and then I encourage you to join us in our Finish Along that runs each year.

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