Random shot, just to boast about what I'm having for dinner!
Big, overwhelming pile of WIPs.
But I've been finding some tricks and tips to help me see a project right through from start to finish. The most important one is dedicated quilting time. And I'm not that great at self-discipline so dedicated quilting time that I spend with another quilter is the best for me. I've started spending two hours a week with another guild member. She has enough room for me to set up my machine, so I always plan to use this two hours as dedicated sewing time. I also spend an one evening a week at another quilting friend's place. I can use her machine if I need to but I tend to spend most of this time discussing our respective projects, getting honest feedback and inspiration. And then I'll squeeze in a little pressing, or thread tying in or drawing.
What we've recently started doing at our evening sessions is a list of what we are each going to work on before our next meeting. For me it provides a prompt when I'm wondering what to do next and it also keeps me a little more accountable to myself.
So what tricks do you use when you're uninspired by your current project?