I think I have ADD
I'm one of those people who constantly moves from project to project. I do finish things, but midway through one project I'll stop and pull out fabric to start another one. Or something will come up that makes me start in on something else--a challenge, a class, a need to make a gift, or a new fabric purchase. All of those things change my focus. I don't want to admit how many UFOs (UnFinished Objects) I have here, but if I were totally honest, it's probably at least a dozen. Here are 3 I started this summer. And I'm not including the one I started the other night because I couldn't get a decent picture of it.
This first one is from a class I took in June with 2 friends. I still have 4 more flowers to add to it. This is funky and fun, but it's large and appliqueing down the flowers is awkward at times.
A while back I posted a picture of some flower blocks that I'm doing as part of an exchange with the same 2 friends. I had another set of blocks to finish and I got those done last week. I'm looking forward to doing the exchange because I have some fabric picked out for the background and borders and I'm hoping it'll work out the way I expect.
Then there's this very busy-looking quilt top that's in progress. While shop-hopping in July I found a pack of the new Boy Scout fabric collection. I brought it home and used the ever-popular Yellow Brick Road pattern to make a throw for my Boy Scout. It's so busy that I wasn't sure I liked it after I put it together, but it began to grow on me and it certainly appeals to a boy. The kid is anxious for it to be finished.