“What you create doesn’t have to be perfect. So what if the eggs are greasy or the toast is burned? Don’t let fear of failure discourage you.”
― Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Block 3

I think I will also cut out the sashing and binding this week while I make Block 4. I am thinking one or the other, otherwise I will be very tempted to work ahead for the rest of the weeks.

I am in progress of making a list of current projects. Some things got stashed away while we were putting in the new floor last fall, and I am now rediscovering them. I have some projects that I have no desire to finish right now, so they may not make the list.

Log Cabin Christmas Throw Quilt
Pink Lemonade Twin Quilt
Green/Brown Baby Quilt
Lila Tueller Shirt
Fairy Pillow
Wonderful Pillow
Star Pillow
Name Pillows for Bell and Soph
Sophie's Stocking

Hopefully writing them down will encourage me even further to complete them. Then I can delve into my other things that I have started and see what I want to do with them. Sometimes when I lose the will to finish, I am better off just getting rid of the whole thing. This usually tends to be baby clothes I started making and the baby is now too big. Or things for me that I realized will not fit or I don't like anymore. We'll see, I am sure I am a few months from even delving into those issues.


Jessica Christensen said...

There are too many UFOs at my house to even completely list on my blog. I'm kind of afraid that even if I didn't start anything new, I'd still never finish everything, and I'm only in my thirties. Sad commentary. I wish we could team up somehow -- I guess we're doing that with the star quilt-along, but that's new. Doesn't help us finish old stuff.

miklayla said...

Jill, will you please be my YW advisor so i can get those cute little fabric notebooks???? They are so cute!!! Okay Miss Jill, you have got to start selling your precious work, it is AMAZING!!!! I would be your first customer!!!! :-)