After a lot of tests and a trip to the doctor, I think we’ve hit a better place with mom’s health. She seems to be on the upswing. It may not last, but I’ll take the reprieve. Maybe now I can start thinking about the holidays.
The extra time off around the holidays is my favorite time to make big progress on quilting projects.
Right before Thanksgiving I brought these adorable mini nine patch blocks home from the guild charity quilt table. I don’t know why, but I’m drawn to other people’s unfinished projects. I’d love to save them all, but I only pick up the ones that speak to me. Both those projects and the women that work the charity table do a whole lot of talking, and I’ve picked up more than a few.
I either had to start sewing something up or else take it all back, so I opted to start sewing. I’d picked up a whole bag of blue and white squares a couple meetings ago. I decided that would be the first project I’d finish.
This is the project I work on when I’m too tired to think and sew at the same time.
Now I have fabric organization on the brain and may need to add that to my 2017 goals. Finishing projects would be a lot easier if I could find what I need quickly.