Put a PIN in it.
I have been home from Houston for about a week now. I already have enough projects to work on, really I do! However, instead of diving into the project I've been working on, I took a bit of a diversion, cleared my design wall, and started playing with blocks. I love my design wall. It is made from foam core boards that are 4 feet by 8 feet, covered in polar fleece fabric. And my fabric sticks pretty well when just thrown up. It allows me lots of freedom to play with design, until I find what I like.
On this particular day my heart was desiring something big. I covered the entire wall with little blocks, about 1000 of them. Which is fine, but I am not planning to work on this project yet, and now it is on my wall!! Every time I open the studio door, or close it, or move too quickly, the wind gusts blow off the little fabric blocks. So, I spent the next day putting pins in all the blocks. I really thought I would have to buy more pins, but somehow I had over 1000 pins! Now it can safely wait until I have time to actually make the quilt. And I have demonstrated the literal interpretation of "put a pin in it!" :)