Unpacking the workroom has made me realise just how much fabric I have. And how much of it is half-finished projects and/or scraps.
So, I think, for the rest of the year, I may have to do nothing but scrap quilts and half-done projects. This may or may not be very successful, but if you aim for nothing you hit it every time, right?
WIPs - in pieces
- batik log cabins
- kaleidoscopes of autumn (was Don't Call Me Betsy's kaleidoscope QAL before I changed it up)
- comparing apples and pears
- violet crumble (was Blogger's Block Party 2012)
WIPs - borders
- Build Me Up Buttercup
- Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend
WIPs - needs backing
- USA Hurray
- Radiant Orchid
- Farmhouse Stars
And then there are the scraps! Basically, all the quilts out of all the scraps ever for the next two months. (Possibly the next two years.)
Even simple quilts like Licorice Allsorts are good - all those little charm squares lying around.
Or the Scrap Vomit quilt by imagingermonkey.
Or the Rainbow Coins Quilt at Pile O'Fabric.
At some point I need to take photos of the four quilts I finished (read: finally got bound) during September/October.
The problem with getting anything done right now is that it's pretty much a recursive function:
I can't unpack because I'm running out of space due to having UFOs taking up so much of the storage area.
I can't finish the UFOs because I don't have the space to pull them out and start working on them.
Repeat ad infinitum...