So how do I juggle it all and make it all work. First I have a dry erase board (which I have shared before) to help keep things in focus. Then I keep things moving in a million directions to keep it exciting. And I'm being real here, not sarcastic. :)
Right now I have a hand sewn binding going on in the living room that I am working on during my breaks... (I finished quilting this the other day. The texture of the swirls are just gorgeous and will only improve after a wash.)
Bonnie Hunter class I took back in the summer. Tons of pieces and I keep it close by so that I can do a few here, there and anytime. This is a personal project.
Evening Star Quilt Guild. Red & white quilts are very popular right now and very beautiful. I have 8 of my 20 blocks completed so far.
Oh and I almost forgot the new Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt.... Clue one was released and in order to keep up and FINISHED on time, I start as soon as I can after release and make sure I finish before the next clue comes out. (Really try to finish same day). While I was working on these, all I could think of is what a great "Sweet 16" quilt this would make for my granddaughter. She is only 5 so better come up with something else to do with it. :)
I still have several customer quilts due before Christmas but I know that these personal project keep my passion alive. It is so important not to let that die and just become boring. :)
If you want your own AccuQuilt system, I am happy to help customize a die bundle just for you. Just give me a call or send me an email.