Yesterday I got the rest of everything put away from my trip to Birds of a Feather. For once, I really did put EVERYTHING away and even got this table cleared. (Ignore that wine bottle, it's one someone gave me to slump. I don't drink wine because I'm allergic.)
Anyway, the sight of this clean table at 2 in the afternoon got me itching to start a new project (or two). But before I did that I made a list of the current things I'm working on or wanting to work on:
Parasol needs a Zentangle label
I want to start designing a new Crystal quilt with a design tutorial
I want to cut out Antelope Canyon
I want to cut out Stars at Sea and
I want to quil the Spirograph quilt
Sadly, none of these would contribute to a finish for February and I do so want a finish!
So I discussed the situation with myself and we decided to sew together a quilt back for the Maine quilt because I can get that quilted and bound before the end of the month. Then I'll quilt a few of the veterans quilts that I picked up last night at the quilt club meeting and THEN I'll get back to the Spirograph quilt.
Then I can cut both of these quilts out and have them ready for my monthly sewing days at quilt club. Stars at Sea might only take a day to sew together but no more than 2.
Tonight after my dyeing session I'll get the Maine quilt loaded and maybe even started.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.