I do have some strips cut to start one out. It's going to be a blue and white celestial theme quilt. The others I haven't really decided on yet. I have two fabulous quilt books that use jelly rolls, so that's easy to cut. I also have some fun quilt quilt patterns that I've been thinking of making lately. Here's an example of some of them.
Since I haven't actually sewn anything, I'll show you pictures of quilts that I have made in the past and I'm going to cut fabric to make similar quilts this winter. With the cutting done, I should be able to get out a kit and make a quilt pretty quickly. Cutting can be tedious, but it can also be fun as I imagine how all the fabric will work together. I love color! It's my favorite thing about quilting... matching the colors up for a stunning quilt. :)
I am going to share my quilting stash with you. WARNING: don't panic. It is kinda messy. I've tried having it neatly organized into color ranges and such, but that doesn't fit my style. I love to root through a pile of fabric like a dog joyfully digging a hole. So, now I keep each color or theme fabrics (like Celestial fabrics or outdoor fabric) in it's own bin so that I can freely paw through it. It feels like Christmas to me... searching for just the right fabric can be messy and fun!
|theme bins: sailing, fall, fruits, fall, flowers, blues, finished blocks, coffee, etc|
|Precut strips: 1.5" in bag, 2.5" out of bag|
|color bins: red/orange, black/brown, blues, yellows/whites|