Gosh, sitting down and working out what you can achieve in three months isn't actually as easy as it sounds! Especially when those three months also need (need, I tell you) to include a bit of baby-related sewing (none of which can count as WIPs yet as it isn't actually in progress).
1. My Brit Bee 2013 quilt. That's not actually all of the blocks, it's just what I came across in the first half hour or so of unpacking my new workspace (did I mention we've just moved? I'm sure I did. Not very far, just about 20 miles or so further into the depths of Devon). All my bee buddies seem to find the idea of turning these random shapes and designs into one quilt somewhat laughable, so my mission is to prove them wrong. I suspect that, like the last Brit Bee quilt, it will be commandeered by one or other of my children the moment I complete it, but I'm not complaining, the last one is in daily use, which is the way quilts ought to be, after all.
2. OMG how bored are you of seeing this quilt? I really want to get this HST quilt finished. I completed the top in February last year. I'm part way through making the backing (which seems to be turning into as much of an event as making the front, thanks to my rather over-ambitious plans), and I have a plan for basting it, in the absence of any kingsize floorspace in our house. I would love to see this on our bed for the summer, since the only other kingsize quilt I've made has really thick wool batting so isn't really appropriate for warm weather.
And that's it! I also have a rather long not-yet-in-progress list, but we'll save that for another day, since it scares me.