I have a day to sew. My quilting and sewing mentor is visiting and could coach me through anything. Where do I start? These are the piles of projects throughout my house. These are not even the ones very nicely hidden in bins.
Pro: I still have some of the apple green Ikea sheet to make a border outside of this. I have a yard of one of the white background florals for an outer border. Yesterday bought a medium pink floral for another border.
Con: I don't need a baby quilt for anyone right now.
FMQ needed for this star quilt.
Pro: 1/2 way done with FMQ. Needs to be finished by November.
Con: Must clear the dining table and annoys family TV watching while I stitch.
Pro: new project - still have enthusiasm for it
Con: Can't do the project in my mind with the existing strings. Would have to dig into the stash, which defies the purpose of it being a "use up leftovers" quilt.
Pro: need a basic pencil skirt pattern badly.
Pro: Have the patterns and fabrics. Can use for work.
Con: fitting. Will likely to be easier to fit than other things, so might be able to pull this one off on my own.
Pro: It's riding season. Could definitely wear.
Con: need to make muslin before I cut into the leather.
Pro: Need one. Bought cheap bras to use as liner b/c cheaper than the pads at the fabric shop. Have Lycra in stash. Have some patterns.
Con: Haven't made a swim suit since I made some for the girls when they were little. Not sure that the patterns are for my current size.
I can add "tank tops" to this photo too as I was considering building a tank around a bra.
OK. This process helped. I think I'll start with pencil skirt.