Not. I'm having a good time working on this quilt slowly and steadily. I'm working in small sections. And I really do mean small. I trim my blocks down to be the correct size before I sew them together, so there are no wobbly edges. I'm sewing together groups of five geese blocks at 6.5" by 3.5" to create something that is 6.5" by 15.5". It is only four seams.
For those that are doing mental math and not coming up with the correct finished size, I am working with a .25" seam allowance. All the missing .5" sections are used up in the seams.
Because I don't need to sew a lot to hit my defined target for success, I am allowing myself to be picky and precise. I check and double check, and I pin my blocks together before I sew them. This is gaining me accurate results for what I am spending in time. It is not costing me in frustration for slow progress.
Accuracy is not always in skill; a great deal of it is in time, double checking each measurement, and not skipping steps for basic construction.
At the rate I'm currently putting this quilt together, it will be completed some time in June.