This is a little late, but I have finally got over my sewing mojo funk. Happy dance happening here!! I have come to realize that January through May are difficult months for me in terms of producing final products. I tend to get stuck on one project. Great news, I rock the last 7 months though, and usually achieve my goal of 1 quilt a month by the end of the year (12 quilts).
The progress has been great so far this month!! I am super excited about moving forward. I finished a contract project a week early (pictured, folded above), which was my second finished quilt of the year. I have another old WiP at the long-armer this month, it just needed a back. Lastly, the project that should have been finished in February will be done tonight – more on that one in another post.
|NY High Line||
|Project 1 (Secret)||June||
|Medallion||July||TOP (Underway), BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
|Project 2 (Secret)||July||
|Project 3 (Secret)||August||TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
|Graveyard||August||TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
|Trellis||September||TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
|Manicured Garden||September||TOP (Underway), BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND
|Triangle Quilt||September||Pattern Release|
|Square Dance||September||Pattern Release|
|Abstract Triangles II & III||October||Pattern Release|
|Phased Circles & Lunar Lines||October||Pattern Release|
What I have learned about myself, is I am much more productive with a fuller plate and deadlines that are not my own. Don’t get me wrong but I will still procrastinate until the last-minute. So, how do you all get over quilters block?