I've been working on this scrap quilt for a while now. Cutting out all of the tiny pieces is pretty tedious. I finally finished cutting out the pieces today, and spent the afternoon arranging them into "granny squares". Here is a link to the pattern if you want to get a better idea of what I'm talking about. My best guess is I'm half way through now. Quilting can be an overwhelming experience. I have only made a few quilts, but I enjoy the experience a lot more when I spread the project out. By this I mean that I work on it a little at a time or in afternoon spurts. I often go weeks or months without touching a project, but I'm okay with that. A tedious project can stay interesting and fun if you split it up and keep yourself from turning it into a chore. This advice is coming from a person who takes roughly a year to make a quilt. Just keep that in mind too.