I have a habit of starting things, getting bored, packing the project up into a storage container, and stashing it under my cutting table.And there they all are. Lots of them waiting for me to finally decide to see what might be interesting to work on for a change. Many of these containers have multiple projects in them.This little basket looked interesting. Lots of 3 1/2 cut squares.Along with this additional stack of 3 1/2 inch assorted blue cut squares. I will say one thing in my favor I always include the pattern or picture of my idea and extra fabrics. Often just a picture likes this keeps me clued into what I had in mind in the first place. And I have a project to work on and a plan to save it from the growing stack of UFO's stacked under the cutting table.Last week's scrap quilt project is finished. I still don't think it is a raving beauty. Fortunately my charity group are not overly picky and do not expect heirloom quilt tops. I had hoped to empty my scrap bin of colorful scraps. That did not happen. There is still about 1/4 of that large pin filled back up. My daughter's peacocks have been raiding their neighbors walnut orchard this weekend. A new large and tall fenced and netted roofed pen is in the process of being constructed to contain them. It is not quite done, and they managed to escape on Saturday and made their way to the neighbors orchard and eventually were found laying around their swimming pool in the afternoon sun. Fortunately the neighbors are nice people and found the five invaiders lounging around their pool to be quite humorous.