A Delightful Problem to Have….

I have finished quilting all of the Quilt of Valor tops for the Stitching Sisters group. I will meet up with one of the members tomorrow to hand them off so they can start binding.

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Now I have the delightful problem of choosing what to work on next. First world problems, I know!

I need to figure out how to quilt this top that I finished last month and started last May!

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I have a lot more sawtooth star blocks to make.

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I would like to get this vintage top quilted.

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There are those log cabin blocks that I stalled out on in January.

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I am thinking about cutting into these bundles that Mr. Wonderful bought for me.

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And I am itching to start stitching these tiny tumblers together, even though I promised myself they would be my Arizona project.

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Think I can wait?

Yeah, me neither.

Linking up with My Quilt Infatuation for NTT.

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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8 Responses to A Delightful Problem to Have….

  1. You have some awesome choices there. You have been busy. Love that vintage GFG quilt!

    I came over from Kelly’s NTT. Please come visit me!

  2. Cécile says:

    What to work next when you have so awesome projects under the eyes ?
    That’s the question….. 🙂
    To begin by the first on your post !! (is it helping you ?)

  3. Hi Katy – is there a paper pieced pattern available for the log cabin blocks? I really want to try those. thanks – love your blog! Teresa

  4. Carol Woosley says:

    Waiting with bated breath to see how you quilt the Grandmother’s Flower Garden. I finished a top, but don’t know what to do for the quilting. Since it was English paper pieced by hand, I’m wondering if I should even machine quilt it. Perhaps hand Big Stitch quilting. Any ideas?
    Carol

  5. Kathy says:

    When I see your list of potential projects, I can see why you haven’t a clue what to work on next … they’re all so fabulous. (I love those fabric bundles that your hubby bought you!)

  6. Lois says:

    Congrats and completing all of those QoV quilts! That’s awesome! I guess I didn’t realize the log cabin blocks were paper pieced. That’s something I have yet to try. Lastly, I love the fabrics your dear husband bought for you. He certainly knows your “style”. WHAT a guy!

  7. Jasmine says:

    Great job getting those all quilted! And have fun deciding what to do next.

  8. Tlb says:

    Katy, Stitching Sisters cannot possible thank you enough for all of your beautiful quilting on our quilts. You are so amazing and truly an artist! We will definitely post pictures of all of them with their Veterans. We plan on doing a presentation in May. Will keep you posted as to when, where and time and maybe you can join us.

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