Instead, it seems I've opened up the time and energy to simply finish the biggest and most involved projects of my life. That sounds a bit extreme....but honestly, I can pretty safely say that I will NEVER again quilt 365 separate squares and then bind them together again BY HAND.
Why is this so important? Because I NEED to get through this stage. If it lasts even one day longer, this project is in trouble of becoming a lifelong UFO!
Sometimes you just have to bite the bullet, sit down and bust through a project. Just get it over with already! Just sit down, shut up, and do it!
It's really not so much difficulty with this as mind-numbingly boring and tedious. I mean, hand binding is really not knock-your-socks off exciting. The hardest part is just sitting with it through row after row of tiny stitches.
But that's what you have to do to finish a project like this. Stick with it! Keep going, keep stitching, keep moving, because if you stop, it's never gonna get done.
Now let's link up and see what UFOs you're busing through today!
Simple rules for UFO Sunday link up:
1. Post about a UFO you've been working on this week. A UFO is any project that you started and shelved at some point in the process. Projects from any craft (not just quilting) are welcome!
2. Make sure to share a link back to this UFO Sunday post or grab a button below to share.
3. Comment on at least 2 other linked up blogs. Help your fellow quilters work through a tricky part of their UFO by sharing your opinion and advice!