And even though I haven't been making progress on any of my projects lately, my stats have still changed a little over the last few months. A few projects were removed from the Must Make list. And a few new ones were added to the Must Make list. And since I currently have no pieced projects in the works that means it's time to pick a new one to start on. My rule that I try to follow is that I shouldn't have more than one of any type of project going on at the same time. Did that make sense? I mean that I only want to have one pieced quilt in progress. One applique quilt in progress. One hand tied quilt in progress, etc, etc. Now.... please note that I said I TRY to follow that rule. I don't
Active WIPs: 6
-Little Lady - Hand ties are back in progress!
-Going Coastal Granny Square Quilt - Ready to be sandwiched and pinned!
-Dollhouse Bakery - Oh how I miss "playing" with my dollhouses!
-Hooterville: On the hand quilting phase
-Little White Dollhouse - Sitting next to my sewing machine. They're keeping each other company.
-Vintage Valentine: I've started prepping freezer paper templates!
Must Make: 14
Back Burner WIPs: 4
Ready To Go: 12
New Projects: None
Forgotten/Abandoned Projects: Haven't found any
Anyway....these are the five pieced quilts on my "Must Make" list. One of these is about to get promoted to "Active Work In Progress." Here they are in no particular order. So tell me.....which one do you think I should make next?
Quilt Option #1: Victory Garden in reds and blues from my stash.....
Quilt Option #2: Chain Reaction in pink, aqua, lime, orange, red and lavender with a grey background using fabrics from my stash. I saw a Chain Reaction quilt using these colors on Pinterest and fell IN LOVE!
Quilt Option #3: A Swoon quilt using Old New 30s and a few fabrics from my stash....
Option #4: Around The Block using the brand new Sweet Things collection by Lakehouse Dry Goods. I know I shouldn't say this.....and I know that I should love all my fabrics equally.....but that Petal Pink Rows of Cupcakes fabric is my favorite fabric in the history of ever!
Quilt Option #5: A Camping In Style Quilt using the new Madhuri Collection by The Quilted Fish for Riley Blake. I'd use the large florals and fussy cut the elephants for the centers of the blocks. And I'd use the smaller prints and a few solids for the block "frames."
Soooooo......what do you think?