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Thread: Tackling the bin of unfinished projects today!

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    Junior Member Awesumpunk's Avatar
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    Tackling the bin of unfinished projects today!

    Hi everyone,
    ever had one of those "productive" days, where everything needs to be clean and organized, espescially in the "Sewing department"? Well today is one of those days for me! I have an almost full bin of squares, triangles, appliques... that never got anywhere. Here's the bin sitting on my parents kitchen table for almost a week now, definetly not in the sewing room. Tackling this before my aunt comes over tomorrow.
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    I've doing the same, finishing projects found in my closet of "unfinished projects". Done: one baby quilt, 4 tablerunners and an octagon tabletopper. 2 table runners that I bought at a quilters sale, one needed to be quilted and bound, the other turned and quilted. YEAH!! Finished....I won't say how many more to go......

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    Junior Member Awesumpunk's Avatar
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    lol... just finished one baby quilt, and three child quilts!
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    Too scared to tackle the basket. I need to build up some bravado first.

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    I'm feeling overwhelmed with my unfinished projects (two baby quilts that need quilting), one wedding quilt made with brocades needs the piecing finished, and 5(!!!!) quilts that need to be repaired...aghhh.....AND I need to finish Christmas stocking for new granddaughter.....

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    I tackled my cutting table last night. Cut some scraps for my leaders and enders project and my squares bins while I was at it. Took me quite a while but looks so good now.

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    Good luck to all of you. Guess I'll have to get off here and work on my baby quilt and five lap quilts. BrendaK
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    Tackled my sewing room today, got fabric squared away...but oh those scraps! I feel guilty letting them stack up, just not motivated to make them work yet. Oh well, I will keep at it until I get inspired for another scrappy quilt!

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    I am also trying to work on unfinished projects and organize my sewing space before the holidays. However, I think I am actually making a bigger mess. LOL
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    I wish I could make a dent in the sewing area. I have my grandmother collection, My Mothers collection and of course My collection. I sometimes just have to sit down and cry.

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