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    Way too many to count. I am totally out of control and can't seem to rein myself in.

    Your little dog is so cute!!!

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    To many to count, and thats the ones I remember. All in different stages, but I will eventually finish them.

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    I'm hand quilting 3, 4 tops need to go to a quilter and only one that needs to be pieced, just cant figure out how big and how I want it pieced, ever think that maybe you would have done something different with fabric after you start on project?

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    I have a LOT in different stages of construction/completion.
    I have promised myself not to start another thing until I complete all of these. So far, so good. We'll see if it lasts. I also promised myself that I would NEVER, EVER, make another quilt under pressure. Takes all the fun and enjoyment out of it for me.

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    The truthful answer is far too many!!!!

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    So glad to see that I am in good company.

    2 Quilts for Kids in progress, 3 more in the planning stage (fabric in ziplocks), 1 Shop Hop quilt in progress, 1 ugly UFO that may look better in a few months. 3 sets of fabric lined up for quilts.

    I think I better get busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cattyqwltr
    Too many to count and lots more in the planning stage. :D
    I fall into this catagory - and just cut a charity top to sew

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    Two quilts which I can't see having done by Christmas plus 5 more pair of kids knitted gloves a few hats and working on a shawl for a wedding. Then we always have to think of making dinner and cleaning.( notice I said think?)

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    I quit counting!!

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    Your joking right? An actual number? Do you see my pic, that is only some of my fabric, I have several quilts started and plenty ideas stirring, I have a shop on Etsy, so I have to keep up with that, I have 4 kids all grown, but they always need something made, then I also pick a few families before Christmas and make lap quilts for each child, an sign from Santa. I do not even want to start counting, I am not sure I could even count that high!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissM
    I have not even counted lately...there is a reason for that. :wink:
    Ditto, besides I'm afraid to count! I get distracted like a child in a candy store, I want to do it all! :?

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    I hate to admit it but I have 12 quilting projects together , I want to knit a scarf for our guild's auction next month and I am doing embroidery for my Grandson's band! I don't have to wonder what to do!

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    So many that what I don't finish here is going with me thru the pearly gates.

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    I can't count that high.

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    I have 3 that are ready to quilt. I have 3 that I am working on. I have 3 to hand quilt. I guess my numbers are 3's. I have many ready to cut but won't until some of the above are done!!

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    I usually have at least 2 going on at the same time. One is a stitchery which I can work on in my chair and one pieced. I have a couple of stitchery blocks done and ready to be put into a pieced quilt in the drawer. I had to put my projects aside for now because I am working on a sample for a LQS. It will be a BOM covering 6 months. It is called "Little Red Barns" by The Quilt Company

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    I am actually caught up. I have one project cut out for a quilting retreat that I am going to in November. My quilting group had a demo on paper piecing and I finished my star yesterday. I am going to make it into a bag for the charity bag auction at my quilt retreat. But other than that I am caught up.

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    I have at least 15 or 20 quilts started. There are so many I want to make that I can hardly wait to get started. I'll put it this way, I never get bored! ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cattyqwltr
    Too many to count and lots more in the planning stage. :D
    Same here! I found out I'm going to New Zealand in January for a wedding, and I was going to make the Mckenna Ryan Owl quilt for my Aunt from Australia that will be meeting us there. I've had the fabric for a year but now must put all projects aside so I can carry it instead of shipping it to her. It's only 9 patterns to make the quilt...yikes! I can't leave raw edges, so I'll blanket stitch all the pieces, too. That's how we get so many UFO's! There is always something that comes up that takes priority. Did I mention I'm also a very new quilter? I'll do the quilting, too- I'm not very intimidated by projects, just jump in and go. Of course I do a lot of reading and get great tips from the board!
    Sally

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    I am working on a sun bonnet sue & sue for my MOM.
    A joann fabric print of birds and framing, for me.
    A christmas quilt.
    Have Mom cut and pinned as well as min. Christmas is not
    cut yet. Then 4 pillow cases with gkids pick od fabric trim. I have till Christmas for all, except mine. Guess
    which will be last.

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    I keep at least two going at a time to keep from getting bored. I also have pieces of quilt in progress..:)

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    Too many to even count...I just can not stay with one. I am excited about every block I go on and on. I understand what you are saying.

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    Too many, lol! Mine are mostly various blocks though, from various projects, & most are even the same size, so that will come in handy when I decide to build a quilt with some, lol. I don't need big bed quilts, so do wall hangings, lap quilts & other small size quilts, but I love blocks! So when a new to me block catches my eye, I give it a try! Works for me! I quilt me & my sanity, so I don't worry about it, I just enjoy it!...

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    Working on a bow, 4 weeks behind. 2 scrap quilts, one is started to quilt, other needs several more rows, a purse, and decided to make calendar blocks, so far one block is half finished, and its a Christmas gift. I need to get busy here. And i wont even start on the ufo's i have. lol

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    I have three less now! I finished them this weekend and got to get mailed to their new owners tomorrow.
    BUT... I still have have a few to finish...
    My son's hexagon quilt
    a friends beagle pillow shams
    boomerang 6 blocks,
    and one day... ME a new bed quilt!

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