I tend to do this in giant gulps, followed by absolute starvation. Quilting, that is. Tiny things cause me to set it aside for weeks, then I pick it up and sew for six hours straight, two days in a row.
The Ironwork* solid quilt top is finished, and I’m nearly done with the pieced back (I had to use up the scraps).
I don’t usually pin my quilts because they usually go on the frame. I’m straight line quilting this one on my DSM, so pin I did. This Kwik Klip tool makes closing (and opening) the pins SO much easier.
Although I haven’t been very good at progress photos, others have been. Check out the lovely projects in the Sew Into Solids Flickr pool. If you’re making an Ironwork* quilt out of solids, why don’t you drop your photos in there, too!
Meanwhile, I’ll keep quilting…