UFO’s and how to complete your least engaging projects
So many times I plan on doing a project and get caught up doing something else, like a site I read that had the same subject “buriedinscraps.wordpress.com. So this evening I was looking at some of my unfinished projects and knew that I needed to get a move on to finish some. I decided to start with my old block of the month project from Joann Fabrics Arbor Lane.
Has anyone else out there worked on a project and as it was coming together felt their stomach drop through the floor? As soon as I started I realized that the measurements were all wrong. I was texting my wife and letting her know how disappointed I was in this, but that I was persevering in the face of adversity!!
“I AM going to complete this quilt” I keep telling myself, all the while thinking about the quilt I really want to be making. It’s not turning out horrible, but some of the blocks do NOT match up.
What do you do when things go wrong with your projects? This UFO isn’t complete yet, but by the end of this weekend it will be. I think the best way to complete these unfinished project is the same way you do anything else that’s overwhelming like eating an elephant… one bite at a time. After all, it really isn’t the rabbit that wins the race, it’s the turtle. Steady and with perseverance, at least that’s my .02 worth.
So as far as ease-ability of putting the Arbor Lane quilt from Joann Fabrics together?? 2 out of 5 stars. We’ll revisit once we’re completely done.