It is the end of the quarter and thus time to update the WIP list. I know, that the official FAL guidelines let you post a finish till about a week into the next quarter and the new list till about the middle of the first month, but this never made any sense to me so I am going to update my list in a „real“ quarterly fashion from now on. And as nice as it is to win something through that link-up, that was never my main goal. I just love to keep track of everything :)
I can see how many WIPs I have fighting for my attention and how that number is progressing. Do I even remember all of them? Did I finish any projects? Or did I – as often – add more new ones? And I love to to take an honest look at the progress, because in my mind I totally mix it up. I often feel like I didn’t do enough. Am I the only one to burden myself with too high expectations? This quarterly list helps and so I love it!
Zero Finishes in Q2 2020
Finishes in the second quarter? None! I did not want to go back to older posts to see when this happend last – but it has been a while. And even after re-checking with the list and the IG feed, the result stays the same – this quarter I finished zero projects, not even a small, in between one.
It feels like I didn’t sew much; for sure didn’t post much on IG. Should I beat myself up about it? Of course not! So let’s rather look at which projects I did manage to advance :)
All my current projects
From 88 blocks to 165 and a fully planned king size layout.
The #100daysproject was a bust but I managed two slabs and at least I have a plan now ;)
The child WIP of EADS: FPP cut-offs turned into scrap play.
This one is currently only a brain child. But I so want to make it a real quilt and a pattern.
This quarter in short: I made good progress on mainly two projects but had no finishes. And even though I „dropped“ a project because it didn’t feel right anymore, I now have the daunting number of 14 since I added four new ones. I guess I better get my finishing hat on again and do something about it :)
I hope that whatever your goal was, that you reached it and are happy with your sewing.