And then... the class ends. And the projects, well, they sit. And sit... And sit...
Here are a couple favorites:
This is a folded star pillow from a class I took at the International Quilt Festival in Houston last year - not too big of a commitment, right? A pillow? Well, for some reason when I got home it just didn't excite me as much as it did in the class. I like the colors, but can't seem to take the next step on this one.
This was actually a no-machine-needed project - very cool technique.
This little puppy is the product of a fantastic two-day class by Becky Goldsmith from Piece O'Cake. It's one block from her Whirlygig pattern. It's where I learned paper piecing and hand appliqué techniques. This was extremely time intensive, but I was really impressed with the final block. I cannot IMAGINE doing a whole quilt like this - it would probably take me about 10 years.
There are more of these sad, unfinished projects. I'll have to share them again someday soon. Do you have any unfinished projects you'd like to share?
I'm throwing this out there for W.I.P. Wednesdays by Freshly Pieced...
For those who checked in with me last week, I'm pleased to show my last week's W.I.P. finished!!