Well, that didn't last too long. Just the other day I said that I wanted to finish my brown & cream checkerboard before I started a new quilt. Then, mid-afternoon as I put together more of the 225 blocks for this quilt, I got bored. And I started a new quilt.
I bought a L'il Twister ruler several months ago, and still haven't used it.
So this quilt will be a twister. And if I'm really lucky, it will be a
green wreath in a red background when I'm done.
I am using it as a leader/ender for the brown quilt, so it's not *really* a new project, right? And it's not the one I really want to start - I'm still restraining myself on that, because if I pull it out I suspect the brown quilt will find itself piled in a corner being ignored. Want I really wanted was quick quilt I could put together and load on the longarm, for when I need a break from assembling blocks. But that's not working out, because this new one will be barely 2 feet across - not big enough to bother long arming.
Now, to get over my nervousness about loading my first quilt with a significant amount of empty space that I need to fill up with nice quilting. Ideas? Freehand feathers are probably out, although if I mark them I might be able to pull it off.
I'm linking up at Freshly Pieced and The Needle and Thread Network today. Drop by to see what everyone's up to.