Friday, 12 March 2010

What to do next?

I've finished my top secret pot holder project, it's just waiting for an extra couple of goodies, then I'll mail it. So what am I going to do now?
This project contributed to my overweight case on our return from NZ and is calling to me.
All those pretty fabrics want to come out of the drawer, they are ready to play.
But I have this pile of project boxes all packed with beautiful things also calling to me.
There are the butterflies I started playing with before I went to NZ, way back in October.
There are all the blocks for Ellies BOM, A Country Calender.
There is a box of scraps waiting to become Bonnies Smokey Mountain Stars.
And a box full of denim circles, I don't want to think about how long they have been whispering away in there.
Then of course there is the chair!
There are four completed tops on this chair, two of them are layered and ready to quilt!One even has it's label completed, even though it's not layered. LOL
On the other hand I could just cross stitch? Go shopping? Do some housework?
What have you got planned?


quiltygal said...

Wow that was quick I hadn't even got back to the page from posting when you commented !! from the looks of your post you need to join me in a ufo finishing spurt!!
I might have to sort all mine out & take a couple of pics!!shame myself!!hope you manage to get in some sewing today I am off to bed!!

Jane said...

I've just finished doing the housework, so I can sit and embroider, I have February's flower block overdue for a finish. Seems to take forever to get everything done. Have fun whatever you decide to do

Jenny said...

Wow all those projects ready to go! At least you can choose what you want to do from one of them.

Darlene said...

Wow some wonderful projects in those boxes. How will you decide which one to work on? :-)

Lynda said...

You made me chuckle (especially with 'the chair'! It all looks embarassingly familiar. Do whatever you want - it's a hobby, not a task!

Gari in AL said...

I love your project boxes. I used to tie project bundles and store them on a shelf but have recently started putting "kits" in boxes, too. Now to just try to not have too many boxes/projects. ;-)