Tonight I will get BMF on the quilting frame and get started with the hand quilting. Yay! And I am pleased with the back - I think the pieced actually doesn't look too bad. Moreover, I think it will grow on me until I more than like it. So that's all good. The next quilt is perking in my brain - I know what fabric I need, I know what I need to do (and this time I will be more careful about measuring for the borders and back!).
And in preparation for Scarborough Faire this spring, since my new character is a weaver, I have started weaving. I sincerely doubt that I will ever get into it enough to make my own fabric (not to mention that the looms I have are so small it would take a lot of piecing and joining to make a piece sufficient to sew), but it's interesting to watch the weaving go together. I can now (in theory) go from raw wool to finished piece of clothing. I find that fascinating - the whole process of sheep (or plant) to clothing.
As far as planning quilts goes... I am now 21 behind. I think. Until this evening, when I think I will be 22 behind, because there's another one working its way up from my hindbrain.... I need to sew faster!