The Sue Spargo workshop was stellar! Once I get something show-able appliqued down, I’ll show you. I mainly worked on color selection. It is amazing how much one’s brain can accomplish with expert assistance, but there is little finished product to show. My brain was full and I am still excited and that is worth the price of admission. Now Sue just needs to come to town every other month and I will be a happy camper.
On the other hand, yesterday I was fidgety and couldn’t settle in to a plan of work for a Monday. Aside from laundry and the other assorted mundane Monday tasks. I believe the issue was related to waking up at 4:30 am, listening to the birds’ conversation for a while and then giving up on sleep and going for my walk EARLIER than usual. I was completely crabby with that lack of accomplishment day.
However, today I decided just to pick a task and not try to figure out my “creative path” for the day. Since I never really got on that path yesterday, I was not willing to let myself blow a day. So, the Dandelion Wine quilt needed quilting and look:
It practically quilted itself. After the lengthy stay at the sewing machine of the Midwest Modern quilt, my tush-al area was thinking (and that is, after all, where all the thinking really takes place) it was not ready to quilt again so soon. Apparently, this quilt is just the right size for a pleasant spring day. I should finish this up tomorrow. I am grateful.
Finally, did you see that Anita is going to have a medallion quilt-along? I don’t think I’ll be able to resist. I’ve been thinking about possible fabric directions. That is a sure sign that I won’t be able to resist.