But funny enough, I am the complete opposite with clothes. Once started, I can't be done fast enough to wear it/see it on my kids/give it away as gifts...
But let's get back to my UFOs. This one is coming along faster than I thought.
When I started quilting a few years ago, I would have probably cut tiny squares and sewn them together one by one, but I have learned a thing or two by now. This postage stamps quilt comes together rather fast. I am using the strip piecing method (there are plenty tutorials on that online, I just googled 'postage stamps quilt tutorial'). The quilt and the pillow will be a gift for my husband's grandmother.
This quilt top has been an UFO for a while now, but now I have to finish it quickly. It's for a sweet little girl who just moved from a crib into her first 'big girl bed'. And what better way to make it comfy than with a quilt?
tutorial by Ashley of Film in the Fridge, I had wanted to make a string quilt. I started last summer, and it's going to be my all-in-one quilt, since I'm using all the fabric scraps of every quilt I ever made.
And since my husband has started to complain that I give most of the quilts away (I believe his exact words were: "There must be at least a hundred babies out there, rolling around on one of your quilts, and where is mine?"), I started piecing those block together: