Do you think that unfinished quilts try to make us feel guilty? Now that I've acknowledged their existance, a couple of my UFOs are sending out waves of guilt, crying "finish me next!". I'm not sure how much longer I can hold out. There are some notable UFOs still hanging around, although not as many as before.
I'm quite sure that if I take the Hawaiian off the frame and quilt it unframed, it will go faster. But I worry that this would change the look of the quilting, so I have not done that. And thus it sits, and waits.
The dragon is stretched thin, fabric wise, so I really need to move forward on that so I can figure out what extras I need to buy. Ooh, a shopping trip! Could that be incentive to finish this one? Nope. Not yet, apparently.
Ah well. Since it's Wednesday today, here's an update on my Accountability Challenge. My goals for this week do not include dragon nor Hawaiian projects. This week, I hope to finish the binding on at least one of the 2 quilts from last weekend, and to make some more blocks for my son's quilt.
Here's the UFO list:
- a Hawaiian wall-quilt that's been on my frame since 2005
- a picture quilt from my 2005 trip to Mexico
- a stained glass dragon (started in 2009)
- reversible quilt (started in 2009)
- kaleidoscope quilt (started in 2009)
- Star mystery quilt (needs
- Morning Splash (needs
Pop over to Bari's blog to see what other quilters have been up to this week.