I've moved on to my next UFO for the VMQG UFO challenge, after finishing off my first one last week. This one was at the quilting stage, in fact I had started before I ran into some thread frustrations, back in November. That's all sorted out now and I am underway!
Hoping it goes well and is finished up before too long, so I can get going on the next one!
I did get some inspiration today and finished off the trellis quilt. I decided to fill the remaining half circles in the border with some straight lines, and then added some "fiddleheads" for a little whimsy.
Large open swirls fill the pieced strips.
I like how it has turned out - "modern vintage" - what do you think?
Today is reveal day over at Tangled Textiles. Our theme this go round was Artistic License. While I had a bit of a struggle deciding which way to go with this, I ended up drawing my inspiration from Piet Mondrian, a Dutch painter.
I really need to focus a little more - I am so easily distracted and jump from one project to the next.
This week, in between visiting new little ones, I managed to get this one quilted and almost bound - a bit more stitching and it will be done.
But before I got it finished, I decided I needed to work on my Trellis quilt. The top is done.
But, instead of getting it sandwiched and the quilting started, I decided I needed to make a Wine gift bag for the CQA / National Juried Show.
So, how are you at staying focused on a single project?