The biggest problem I have in my quilting room though are the UFOs. While I love piecing a quilt top together (designing it, picking out the fabrics, and sewing them all together to watch something form is the best part!), I have discovered that I am really not that into finishing a quilt. I suppose that I am still rather intimidated by the actual quilting part. Sure, I can sandwich it all together, but the idea of stuffing a rather large quilt through my tiny little Brother is...well...cumbersome. It's really hard to quilt a big quilt on a tiny home machine (even if it is quilt as you go). Plus, I admit, it is rather difficult to lay out and baste a quilt on the floor with 2 nosy dogs who want to be a part of everything that you do and a rowdy little boy who just wants to hang out with you. I typically have to wait until I have a day to myself (which is few and far between) to lay out a quilt and get it basted and quilted, but by then...I'd rather be doing something mindless. Like play video games (yes, I'm a gamer). This is when I wish I could afford a long-arm....sigh.
Anywho...back to the original topic. Everything is labeled and separated by project. Or, in the case of my scraps, by color. I feel a bit better and, now that I've commandeered my mother's ironing board, I can get some things done (like a few of those UFOs...maybe). But, I know, that there will always be projects lined up in my quilting room, waiting to be started or finished. I have the quilter's bug and I'm pretty sure that there is no cure.