Monday, 25 July 2016

Pottering about

It's been a while since I finished piecing one quilt and quilting another at pretty much the same time, but there I am.  I am thinking that I won't rush into the next piecing project but will take a couple of weeks to mull things over.  More to the point, I could do with a little bit of time just focused on the hand quilting as I now have five tops waiting to be done.  

So my jobs for this week are to make a couple of quilt backs, to get something basted and ready to go, and to catch up on my 365 circles, which I abandoned in order to get the other jobs done.  Not every exciting, but sometimes it feels good to get this stuff sorted out.  As a result, my design wall today looks like this (backing for an as yet unblogged scrappy quilt).


It's time for AHIQ again tomorrow too, but I have a finish to share for that -I'm not planning to make you look at my quilt backs for weeks at a time.

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5 comments:

  1. Having the ability to take a pause to reset after a few good finishes is smart! Enjoy the recharging time and I look forward to seeing what inspires you next.

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  2. Love the skulls . So .. Which is more pressured - 5 quilts

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  3. Exciting colors in those fabrics.
    Planning does help get projects done for sure.

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  4. Those pauses allow our brains to process so we're ready to begin again. Good luck with those backs!

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  5. Sometimes just getting the "to do" list out of one's head lets some fresh air into the brain's crevices :)

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