ever have one of those days??

ever have one of those days??

Post by CNYstitche » Wed, 27 Aug 2003 00:05:22



where there is no major chore waiting for you, so you can actually work
on your quilting, and you find that you don't know where to start???

I have one small quilt done for the lady from church, with 2 more cut
out for stitching (these are the little preemin/security quilts), and a
crib size one that I need to hunt out fabrics for.

I have the twin-size quilt in pieces on the sewing table, including the
label that I designed (thanks for the ideas everyone...went with the
crown and an open book <grin>).  I have to get the rest of the blocks
organized (still a few short, but there is still time to get them taken
care of).

I'm at a roadblock!!  The security blankies won't take much time at all,
  so that is the way that i am leaning, but I am more drawn to the
twin-size..ARGH!!!!!!!!!!

and I have to decide what pattern I want to use for a bunch of other
blocks for other quilts that are swimming in my brain....what to do,
what to do.........

Larisa, rambling to try and release some of the brain farts

 
 
 

ever have one of those days??

Post by nosp » Wed, 27 Aug 2003 04:12:42


Been there done that! On one such occasion I actually put the name of
each project in a hat and shook it up and did the first one I pulled
out. At least that got me moving again in the right direction.  Right
now I have several projects in the making too. Fortunately I have
already decided which one to go to when I finish this quilt up. (the
haven't touched it in a few days now though).  The brain
pppppppppffffffffffffftttttttttt's do end I promise.
juliasb

Quote:

> where there is no major chore waiting for you, so you can actually work
> on your quilting, and you find that you don't know where to start???

> I have one small quilt done for the lady from church, with 2 more cut
> out for stitching (these are the little preemin/security quilts), and a
> crib size one that I need to hunt out fabrics for.

> I have the twin-size quilt in pieces on the sewing table, including the
> label that I designed (thanks for the ideas everyone...went with the
> crown and an open book <grin>).  I have to get the rest of the blocks
> organized (still a few short, but there is still time to get them taken
> care of).

> I'm at a roadblock!!  The security blankies won't take much time at all,
>  so that is the way that i am leaning, but I am more drawn to the
> twin-size..ARGH!!!!!!!!!!

> and I have to decide what pattern I want to use for a bunch of other
> blocks for other quilts that are swimming in my brain....what to do,
> what to do.........

> Larisa, rambling to try and release some of the brain farts

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ever have one of those days??

Post by CNYstitche » Wed, 27 Aug 2003 02:54:41


LOL  glad to know I'm not the only one, Julia.

I decided to just go through some of my quilt block links and get them
into a sketch book (so I wouldn't have to keep going online). That gave
me the drive to make the blocks that i needed to get a move on....5 done
:-).  Now, since DS is finally napping, I'm going to take a small break
myself.  Whenever he wakes up, it will be back to work for me and back
to play for him (after he does his leter for the day - he is doing the
trace sheets to prepare him for preschool).

Larisa

Quote:

> Been there done that! On one such occasion I actually put the name of
> each project in a hat and shook it up and did the first one I pulled
> out. At least that got me moving again in the right direction.  Right
> now I have several projects in the making too. Fortunately I have
> already decided which one to go to when I finish this quilt up. (the
> haven't touched it in a few days now though).  The brain
> pppppppppffffffffffffftttttttttt's do end I promise.
> juliasb