So......... here is my new list.
#1. King size quilt which I am hand quilting. I started it in 2001 when I joined the Friendship block swap group and I requested 2 blocks from everyone. The pattern I used was called Quilters Fortune but I don't have it anymore and I don't remember anything else. This has been on my list forever and I am not optimistic about ever finishing. If you want to know more about this you can read it here.
#2. This triple 4 patch is my second oldest. This is the 3rd triple 4 patch I've made and The Friendship group made some of the blocks for this one too. I had the blocks for a while before they became a flimsy in January 2014.
#5. is a round robin flimsy about 40 inches square; it has been around for,several years (no photo).
#6 Is the baby quilt I am machine quilting and I am happy to have found a home for it when it is done.
I am not counting the 500 plus HST's that I made from cut away connector corners. I may give up and throw them all away before I get them all pressed and trimmed to size (1.25 inches).
I am not counting my box of odd blocks either. That is just a collection of leftover blocks from quilts I made or demo blocks that I used for teaching. It is just a collection with no plan at present. It might become a work in progress someday but without a plan it is just a collection.
My "Parts Department" box was not counted either. It is a collection also but I made these blocks with a kind of purpose in mind...... sort of. When the Basement Divas had one of our challenges we had to use elements from a couple of books. One of the books was "Collaborative Quilts" by Gwen Marston and Freddy Moran. I made a lot of blocks using their guidelines for "parts department" blocks to use in either collaborative quilts or improvisational quilts. Since I have no specific plan the box of blocks does not qualify (in my mind) as a WIP.
So... my list is not very impressive and for that I am grateful.
I have a feeling my list may also not be complete, not so grateful for that.