Please tell me I'm not the only one who this happens to... I was nicely making one quilt at a time but something happened to my good intentions.
• I finished Nativity 2 (it has a better title) and was 1/2 to 3/4 done drafting the pattern with lots of people asking for it.
• I'd also started and finished a one-block wonder but was not happy and designed to jazz it up with a dangling zentangle design, so gathered a pile of stuff to do that with while we were on holidays.
• And while we were on holidays, a woman bought "Only in My Dreams" from my Etsy page. Then in the next few days, a couple people asked for the pattern... and I thought that would not take long so started working on it, which of course involved making another one so I was sure the pattern worked and was easy to follow.
• In the meantime, I had some ugly fabric that I wanted to make a utility quilt with, and cut it out, sewed the smaller parts together and have this stack ready to sew together -- hiding somewhere in my sewing room. It will make 11" blocks and I've enough for a good-sized couch quilt.
the start of the year, I decided to do the 'pick 12' thing, so numbered
that many projects and told my hubby to pick a number at the end of each
month. Yikes, he was so sick in January and into February that we nearly
lost him. (He lost nearly 20 lbs) Weak and wobbly, he still picked a number, which turned out to be one of those "only an idea in my
head" projects, along with some blackish fabric. I decided to make place mats. How hard
can that be? But the idea included skylines, so after a bit of
searching, I found enough good ones to make a set of place mats. So far,
they are mostly dormant on my computer, but this looks like fun...
But I need to finish that Cascading Blossoms pattern, and the pattern for the nativity scene. Dangling Zentangles are calling my tame, but the ugly fabric even looks good at times... All of a sudden, I need to clone (or kick) myself.