One of many “next” projects

I am starting ANOTHER quilt! I am not even completely finished with the “princess” quilt. I have a quilt that I want to finish for a Christmas gift for DBIL. There are the 72 or more projects that need finished. And what do I do? I decide to start ANOTHER quilt!!!

Really, I just can’t help myself. It’s so much fun to start a new project. And this one looks fun, fun fun!

As you all know, I am a big Bonnie Hunter fan. And she is starting a mystery quilt on Black Friday. Since there is no way that I am going to go out on that day, I thought it would be a good day to stay at home and sew! I’ll be sewing on Easy Street – that’s the name of the mystery quilt.

Here’s a link to the first part of the mystery:

http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2012/10/find-yourself-on-easy-street.html

Aren’t those colors shouting out “Fun”? I started shopping in my stash and here is what I came up with:

I’m a little light in the black on white fabrics. Seriously!?! I only have two? How can that happen? I wish I had known about this on the shop hop, I could have kept my eyes open for some more. But not to fear! I think I can find a few more at the local quilt shop. Sh-h-h! don’t tell DH that I’m going to buy MORE fabric. Even though I only plan on getting small pieces, since I don’t need a lot of any one. Just enough to make the quilt look scrappy!

Peace

2 thoughts on “One of many “next” projects

  1. I’ve been thinking of this, too, when I read Bonnie’s blog. Like I need another project when I’ve got some Christmas things to be doing right now but I can’t resist. I like your colors and may go bright. I’ve been using up a bit of my bright stash so I may need to do a little shopping. BEV, has the bug bitten you yet? I may not be able to keep up with Bonnie (who can keep up with Bonnie?) but it would certainly be fun.

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  2. Although it’s tempting, I will not let this bug bite me. I still want to work on the Bonnie quilt, we started months ago. This Cinderella is slaving away, working for sales on eBay and hasn’t even fondled fabric since our trip (Stash Enhancement eXcursion). Try telling Tim that’s what we were doing for two days.

    Cheryl, you complete more large quilt than any other quilter I know. Imagine what you could complete if you had the long arm quilting machine of your dreams.

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