If you call your UFOs - "Works in Progress", are they progressing when you are not even touching them? I like to think so. It makes me feel better even if it's not true. I also like to think that if I store them neatly, then maybe they don't really have to be finished. My project boxes come in bundles of 50 that are flat and store in a relatively small space until you need to fold them into a box to store a small or medium project. A large project can be stored in two matching boxes, with back and binding fabric in one box and block fabric in the other. The boxes are not acid free, but with one layer of acid free tissue paper they work the same. I counted my Project boxes and made a list turn in to my Quilt Guild to join their UFO challenge. I have 18 currently active WIPs. My goal this year is to finish one per month and post them here. January's Jelly Roll Race Quilt was already finished and sent to the quilter (see photo below).