One quilt, two quilts

I’ve never been a one project kind of girl. Sometimes I try, but I always seem to revert back to my crazy ways. If you were to look at the floor of my craft room right now, you’d see the beginnings of three quilts. And then if you looked in the guest room, you’d find three more quilts that I started and then draped over the bed. They’ve been there for a couple months now.

I think it’s new fabrics and the thought of a new project that make me behave this way… although I also love a completed quilt, so you’d think I’d try to follow it all the way through. Ah, in time.

This is a quick peek of two new projects. They’re taking up a lot of room on the floor and it makes getting into this room kind of difficult – hopefully that will be motivation to get them sewn together and off the floor! (though I will admit that my mind is already onto the next design!)

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4 Responses to One quilt, two quilts

  1. 1
    terriaw says:

    I do that too – have multiple projects going at once, with more brewing in my head. I love doing that! Love the fabrics you are combining so far.

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    Alissa says:

    We are opposites this way! Sometimes I wish I had many projects going so that I’d never run out of stuff to work on! I often feel at a loss when I’ve finished my latest quilt and don’t have the next one already started.

    Love those fabrics you picked!

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    amandajean says:

    I have lots of quilts in progress too. I think 13? or 14? I have a list somewhere to help me keep track of them all. :) and I feel like starting another one today!

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    Laila says:

    I just adore your quilts.

    I am interested to see what it is you are doing with the fabric underneath the orange stuff ( I can’t remember it’s name) I have some and am stuck as what to do with it. Any tips?

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