It's been pieced and pinned for a while now, waiting to be quilted.
Why isn't it done?
The Paralyzed Perfectionist speaks: "I am afraid that I won't quilt it perfectly!"
Jacquie Gering her ownself saved the day by appearing on The Quilt Show, showing me (only me) how to quilt it using the Bernina serpentine stitch.
OK. I can do that.
The next quilt in the wings is this one:
So this one is a baby quilt I made alongside my very first beginning quilting student in November-December. Hers is done. Mine is not.
Layering, basting, quilting and then it's done.
But I am not worried because I know how to quilt this one.
I bought the batting last night, so it will be quilted soon.
Since a baby is imminent, there's a deadline and I'm sticking to it!
Below are two blocks from a project I started last year. It was a Block of the Month and last night was show and tell. I showed them my blocks and told my quilt buds it would be done soon.
Here is how it will look someday:
And, here is my other project, almost, very close, so close to being finished I can almost taste victory:
The rest of the blocks are done (whew) and next is to put it all together.
I can't wait to see this one completed. Lots of little pieces, many hours watching internet tv shows and listening to BBC podcasts will be my memories for this quilt.
There is more stuff started and lurking in boxes and bags, but these are the closest to being finished, so they are the ones to be completed in the next weeks.
Besides, if I dragged out all the Works in Progress I have, I might get discouraged.
And I don't want that!