I typically only work on one quilt project at a time, at least I'm only piecing one project at a time, although sometimes I will cut out another to prep for later. Like the current project on my design wall - Allemande - which I cut out back in January when I had bronchitis and only had the energy to sit and cut, cut, cut.
I am actually not "feeling" this quilt - it's lovely, but I just can't seem to hit my stride in piecing it. Plus, it is too large to put up on my design wall, so that is always a creative hindrance as well.
So this weekend, I was doing some cutting - trimming up some half-square triangles for my orange & cream quilt, and cutting out Anniversary Stars from my Moda Rhubarb & Ginger FQs. So much cutting, that my left forearm is quite sore from all the ruler-holding!
Last night it was blissfully quiet at home, since my DD was spending the night at her cousin's house. But could I sew worth a darn? No! I wasn't able to cut because of the pain my arm, and try as I might, I kept sewing the squares of Allemande together wrong! Don't ask me how, but when I took one piece apart for the THIRD TIME, I decided I just wasn't meant to sew right now. Does that ever happen to you? Maybe tonight....