I made a list of my current projects the other day, and there are quite a few. I don't exactly need to add more to the list, but I have a couple stacks of fabric that I have been thinking about recently.
First off I have a ton of L'Amour. I was a pretty new quilter when this fabric came out last year, and I loved it. I bought lots of it. Shamefully, I have only made one small baby quilt from it. A while ago I cut lots of it up into charm squares and jelly roll strips. Unfortunately, I honestly can't remember what direction I was going with it. I have no clue why I cut it. The main problem is that I don't love it anymore. It's too cutesy for me now. My taste has changed a lot. I don't even really like Valentine's Day decorations, but I have been thinking of making this pile into a quilt just because.
Here are my two big stacks of jelly roll strips and the charm squares. I also have a stack of 2.5" squares leftover from the one project I have used this for.
This is the yardage I have left. I have about 1/8 yd left of most of these, but have 1+ yards of the brown w/red hearts and the stripes.
p.s. i quilt. I think I could make it work by pairing the lighter strips with darker ones. Other than that I don't have any ideas.
Finally, I just wanted to do a quick follow-up from yesterday's post. A few of you mentioned concern at what I paid for Kona. Just to clarify, the $7/yd was their new list price. I never buy anything from Joann's without a 40% off coupon. I actually order the majority of my Kona online from the Fabric Shack. They are only $4.19/yd and have super cheap shipping. They also carry almost every Kona color. They are the most inexpensive online store I have found. I buy from Joann's in emergencies, especially since their selection is so slim.