One Way to Unstick a Stalled Project

The number one reason I don’t finish projects is that I get stuck. Usually, I don’t know what to do next, like when I put together part of a quilt before I’ve designed all of it (a mistake I have made more than once). Sometimes, I don’t know how to take the next step. Daunted by the unknown, I let the project go fallow instead of tackling the challenge.

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One Way to Finish Quilts Faster: Downsize Your Project

One of the many unfinished quilts I found when I took stock of the projects in my studio in 2014 … More One Way to Finish Quilts Faster: Downsize Your Project

Quilting Doesn’t Take Forever; It Just Feels Like It

I sometimes think the “F” in UFO* stands for “Forever.” As in, “this thing may be finished one day, but … More Quilting Doesn’t Take Forever; It Just Feels Like It

Science Declares Your Knitting Obsession is Healthy; Unfinished Projects Justified

My Napramach bag is nearly finished. When I say this, I mean: the knitting is done. I still need to block … More Science Declares Your Knitting Obsession is Healthy; Unfinished Projects Justified