In quilt-speak, a UFO is an UnFinished Object. I’d distinguish a UFO from a WIP (work in progress) in that there is progress being made on the one, not the other.
I’m pretty sure that this is my oldest UFO — template cut, hand pieced tessellation T blocks dating to the early 1990s. In those days, I had no money and not much fabric to choose from, but lots of time on my hands. My piecing overall is pretty good — very precise and careful, and the pieces fit together nicely. But I’ve really lost the love for the fabric choices.
It seems a shame to toss the project given how much time went into the piecing, so I’m hatching a plan for how to finish that UFO in a way that is in keeping with my current tastes and interests. Updates will be forthcoming. I have some long, tedious seams to hand stitch.