All week I have been trying to think
of something interesting to write about.
I've been a bachlorette for the past 5 days,
so I was using this time
to work on a number of projects
without too many interruptions, except
for the ones I created for myself.
But as much as I thought I would actually
finish something, it didn't happened.
Instead, I found myself doing more
prepping than anything else,
which is not too exciting or clever to write about.
I kept hearing rhythms in my head.
Quilters rhythms like,
prep, prep, fuse,
A-Z with Ewe and Me
Finally the borders.
I was also hearing
cut, cut, sew a little,
I wanted to use some of the leftover fabrics
from the A-Z with Ewe and Me sampler
in the Falling Charms pattern from the
Missouri Quilt Co. that
Paulette was using for a baby quilt,
(I'm making two different sizes)
I had to make a few more nine patches to go
with the ones I'll be getting in the mail soon
from the nine patch swap that Barb organized.
trace, trace, cut
(more Noah and Matilda blocks)
I had to recut two of the blocks from
last month because I left them on the AIRPLANE!
pin, pin, sew together.
The Home for the Holidays quilt
Today, though, I will be doing something
I'm attending Ricky Tim's Quilt Seminar
with guest appearances with Alex Anderson.
So maybe next week,
I might be quilting to a whole new rhythm.