I just did a count of the 'quilts' I made last year. Thirty five... ranging in size from the small table topper/wall hanging I made for our diningroom table last month up to the nine lap size or larger ones. Thirteen were charity quilts - and, of the rest, all but five were gifts for family/friends; I kept the five for myself/our home. The total doesn't count the dozen or so coffee cup/soda can cozies I made nor the 22 miniature stockings for all the gkids and great gkids annual ornaments or the 5 pillowcases that I made to go with the twin size quilts. It also doesn't count the 4 placemats, 2 potholders, 2 coffee cup cozies and fabric basket that I made for the festival of trees here in town nor the two 'blocks' that I completed in the Mary Lou Hallenbeck class I took back in August.
There are still a couple waiting to be finished, too... one lap size is sandwiched but needs quilting, and a larger lap size that needs to be sandwiched and then quilted. There's another lap size that is partially quilted - it's been waiting for second color of thread to be purchased, which I did last week.
You'd think that with a count like that, I'd have more space in my sewing room lol... no such luck - not that I'm complaining. It's just that now I have a long folding table in the livingroom piled chin high with fabrics because there's really no more space in my sewing room closet to store them. Some of it is fleece scraps which I plan on using to make caps for kids, but most of it is quilting fabrics - I have plans for some of it, but some will have to wait until the 'right time' whether it be used by me or I pass it on to someone else. Oh, and there's one UFO project stacked next to the folding table, too.