Be afraid, be very afraid...I recently pulled out all of my WIPs and realized I really really really have to step it up here and finish some things. Just to prove it to myself? I have pulled a small portion of what I have actually begun and haven't finished to remind myself of how serious this problem is. [This is the tip of the iceberg!]
Project 1: Matryoshka Mega Pouch A
My mother is coming to visit - I best get this done before she gets here or you may never hear from me again...
Project 2: Matryoshka Mega Pouch B
It wouldn't be fair to finish my mother's pouch without then finishing my mother-in-law's!
Project 3(+): Twin Quilts
I've made progress on this since last time...but still no FINISHES!
Project 4: Purple People Pleaser
Again, progress since last time. But I have to iron the backing and decide if I am adding to it...then QUILT, LABEL, BIND, FINISH!!! How can I let that little cutie down?
Project 5: Something Soft and Pink
This has been on my design wall for months. I'd like to use my wall again so I need to get this little piece done!
Project 6: Foldover Tote
Just waiting for the handles...this really just requires an afternoon of no interruptions.
Project 7: Shelburne Falls Strip Quilt
This is a random project I've been sewing/ironing on and off in between other things. Shrug, I should just pull the trigger and see it through...
Project 8: Peaches & Cream
Now that my squishiest tush is walking (sigh) I think I have been subconsciously avoiding this beautiful stack of fabrics. I already started cutting and kind of abandoned it for other shiny brighter things - specifically brighter colors because that seems to suit my mood these days. But, I'd like to have this done before Miss O is completely independent and then I'll really need it to cuddle with!
Project 9: Family Tree
With the new Juki I am thinking this quilting is actually possible. I know what I want to do but as I hope this quilt to be a family heirloom for future generations I am hesitant to just rush into it. Need to do a few practice runs with my FMQ to be sure I can execute what is in my head!
Project 10: Joy, for the Queen
As I said before --- Who am I kidding, this is never going to happen...but what the hell I'll add it to the list anyway. I can dream can't I? Since this quilt is for moi I doubt I'll push it to the head of the line, but you never know.
- rebecca lynne