Several years ago............. probably 5............. I began a Grandmother's Flower Garden.
This was when I first began quilting and had only fabric leftover from garment projects. After getting those cut up and ready to assemble I began to stop at Murray's each week and pick up fat quarters to make more. I had my design planned. I wanted to cut a border and applique the quilt to it so I would not have to cut any of the hexagons in half. I purchased the border fabric, binding fabric and backing.
Finally last year I got out the box of finished flowers and finished making the ones needed to complete the quilt.
One day Vickie and I laid them all out on her HUGE queen size cutting table. We marked them on the back and I brought them home to assemble.
I needed to cut the fabric and freezer paper for the pathway blocks and that was taking more time than I liked. Last week I finished stitching the binding on the last quilt I had ready and being in need of a 'sit at night project' I began a pair of socks.
One sock is done and one is half way finished. I am not as interested in the socks as I once was so for the last several days I have been cutting out the fabric for the pathways.
Than nice little box contains the rows ready to stitch and assemble. I will work on the sock at least one hour a day until it is done but the rest of my evening stitching will be on the GFG.