My vague quilting goal worked well for the summer. Now it is starting to bother me. A lot. I've accomplished much in the last three months - started a bunch of new quilts - and have finished nothing. Now that autumn is "officially here", I'm once again feeling the need for some goals. I'm missing that marvelous feeling I get every time I finish something.
I'm almost done finishing the first block of "Sweet Memories" to take to the beach. That's all I'm going to do on that quilt before I leave. I have five small quilts that are in need of binding in order to have five more finishes. It is now their time - I hope to have the binding machine stitched on each one so I can finish them at the beach.
When I get back home in the middle of next week I'll do some serious goal setting. I'm drawn to making progress on some of my long term projects. "Civil War Diary" is calling for my attention - when I'm in the sewing room my eyes keep going to the design wall and wondering what the next finished row will look like.
"Progress made on many new and ongoing projects" was fun while it lasted, but now it is time to get back to the business at hand.