I only had a little time to sew this weekend because it was Yom Kippur and Canadian Thanksgiving (talk about going from famine to feast) and because my university student daughter was home, but I had the urge to drag this project out of the box and make some progress on it. This is an old photo - I have many more blocks completed now and the end may be in sight. Maybe one more weekend and I'll have them all assembled.
I know I'm not alone in having a backlog of unquilted flimsies and projects at various stages of undoneness. I have a million ideas for new projects, but I am feeling quite guilty about those languishing in the closet. And to be truthful, only one is in the closet - the others are down in the basement. Pitiful. I'm feeling like I would like to honour all the work I invested in these by finishing them up, even if the bloom is a bit off the vine. If past history is a guide, I will fall in love with them all over again once they are quilted and washed. Anyway, I need some advice - which one should I finish up first? Have a look at these, in order of oldest to most recent:
Paprika. This has been sitting around for about 18 months - a scandal.
Unnamed kaleido. I shouldn't really even put this one up because I'm going to end it out for some longarm love - but I haven't even gotten around to buying the backing.
Naked Bed quilt. I rushed to finish up this top for the Naked Bed challenge, but haven't done anything with it yet. There's lots of Greenfield Hill on sale around now - I need to buy some yardage for the back and get it quilted up.
And what about these giant Wheels - each block finishes at 30" square and there are six of them.
Must finish this Trip Around the World up because I'm visiting the recipient of this gift quilt near the end of November. But I'm not sure I want to make it top of my list.
Probably going to go with the piano key border on this Spiderweb.
Please opine and help me sort out an order of operations for these!