Yesterday was a holiday, and I barely touched my computer, so I’m posting this month’s Procrastination Challenge a day late.
I fizzled out worse than ever on this past month’s challenge. I was supposed to work on my Checkerboard quilt, and it would have made a great leader-ender project, but I couldn’t find a single piece of it!
I looked where I thought some of the pieces were, but they weren’t there. I have no idea what I’ve done with them. I know the bulk of the project is still packed from when we moved. Sad, huh?
I did not have enough time to devote to continued searching or time to do any further unpacking, so I gave up — perhaps too easily, but I’ve been hit hard with deadlines for this entire fall.
Therefore, I’m not sure I’ll make much progress on a personal UFO this month, either, but I’m at least going to try.
For this month, I’ve chosen #10.
Number 10 on my list is my Big Bang quilt. It’s a wonderful pattern by Kaffe Fassett, and I’m making it from all William Morris prints, and I’m hand piecing it.
Again, do you think I even know where it is? I don’t.
I’m going to have to stage a hunt and search mission just to locate the box it’s in before I can work on it. The good thing is, I know it’s all together and contained in that one box, so once I find it, there’ll be no other searching. All the parts and pieces should be there.
And when I find it, I’ll let you know exactly which pattern it is and from which book of his. You might wanna make one, too!
The bigger question is: Will I have any time to sit and do any hand piecing?
How about you?
Are you still working on whittling down the UFOs?
I sure hope you’re having better luck than I am!