Oh dear. I believe I may have too many things going on just at the moment. What to work on? I have been trying to work on them all, and make a block or two each day or so. This can't keep up. I need to clear off the design walls, except for one project, work on it until it is done, then move on to the next.
The problem is, I am excited about all four of these projects and can't decide which to finish first. Bear with me while I try to figure out which one should have priority.
The little star blocks on the left are a year long project, so I should just make a couple whenever the mood strikes me and it will get done over time.
The three blocks just below the stars are the Single Wedding RIng block Fatquarter Shop recently did a video on. That is really the project calling to me the loudest. I love the dreamy soft Japanese fabrics and the blocks are fun to make. I am thinking of doing a diagonal set, and my mind is just dancing with images of the blocks I want to make with these pretty pastel fabrics.
The quilt on the lower right is technically not my project, it is my daughter's, however the level of difficulty might be too much for her at this point, so I kind of took over. I know she wants it done so she can give it to her friend and I feel obligated to work on it. It takes forever to construct a block, as each larger block is comprised of four small blocks. What looks like ten blocks up here is actually 40. And I need to make a total of 25/100.
The quilt just above it, the Jacob's Ladder is the one I should probably focus on. It is a current American Patchwork and Quilting magazine sew along, and it would be super nice to finish it soon and have it quilted so I can use it as the Spring/Summer quilt on my bed in the master bedroom.
So, if you were me, which of these projects would you focus on until it is finished?
And now that I look at this photo, I am thinking what I should do before I tackle one single thing is make a new ironing board cover. That thing is gross.