1. Red and Aqua Greek Crosses - the top is done so I just need to quilt, bind and gift. I know who it's going to and I may see them in person this spring.
2. Grand Bazaar Square Dance - top and backing are ready to go. This one is for me. Please look away from my list last January, this was on it.
3. Origins Original - top and backing are also ready to go. This doesn't have a place to be though yet. (P.S. Mom, that means it's not for you.) It looks like I started this in 2011 so it's not too old in the grand scheme of things.
4. Argyle from Turkey - the top is one piece so it's done, I am short a bit on the backing fabric and trying to decide what to do before I quilt it like crazy.
5. Rainbow Strips - top stage as well. I haven't decided on backing yet and only partially decided on the quilting.
6. Dot Swap Whirlygiggle - quilted and partially bound. I meant to finish this in 2012 but the plague wrecked that plan.
7. N's Great Aunt's Dresden - this just needs repair so I don't know if it counts for the FAL. It was passed over to me by a neighbor who knows I quilt and brought it over on the off chance I would know what to do. Otherwise she was just going to leave it in the alley.
8. Yellow Farm and Flannel - old top that I had completely forgot about it until I was sorting through flannel scraps in December. It is currently on the frame so should be the next thing quilted. Probably. I don't have a photo of it at the moment but this is the fabric.
9. Hometown - this was supposed to be a Christmas present but just didn't make it. I didn't want to rush the quilting just to meet that deadline.
10. Jungle Links - this top went together really quick but again the plague sidelined me. It's been taunting me from my design wall for over a week. Or something. I'm not sure how far we are into this year.
This is by no means all of the projects that I have in progress. I do bounce from project to project a lot but track everything in Excel. So far this year, I have 27 quilts that I would like to make, 22 that I've started and probably enough fabric for a billion more.