I don't know what your personal tolerance for unfinished projects is. Mine is pretty low. I start to get all twitchy like I'm going to turn into my mother, who has a house full of projects she hasn't even started. Hi Mom, I love you!
My problem with quilting is that I enjoy all phases of the project until the part where it transforms from a pile of raw edges into a useful and finished item. So I told myself no new projects until I clear up some of the back log. This April has been so nasty, cold, windy and rainy I haven't been able to get outside to spray baste things that need basting. On top of that I'm working a few projects that I don't consider much fun, so I haven't been doing anything.
1. Lily's Quilt along
2. Disappearing Nine Patch
3. Place mats for Meals on Wheels
4. Rainbow Boston Commons
5. Framed Squares
6. House warming quilt
7. A special project
There's another quilt top that is now sandwiched and awaiting quilting. I made the top a year ago. It's special, so it deserves it's own post when I'm ready.