Having recently finished several projects, it's time to figure out what comes next for me.
I could keep quilting the Foothills Quilt:
I could work on this project--BUT since it's a Leader/Ender, what's the rush?
I could START one of the NEW quilts I want to make:
1. Pieces of the Past in Purple
2. Western Sun
3. A Modern Quilt with Repro Fabrics
4. Another Quilt of Valor
5. An old block made fresh
6. One BIG Pineapple block
7. Or any one of several more I'm thinking about
Maybe, what I SHOULD DO IS--clean up this mess:
|Pressing surface, mostly|
|Stuff that doesn't fit in the closet|
|There is a comfy chair under there somewhere|
|Cutting Surface, supposedly|
We won't even talk about the closets--it's past time to dig through those again. My friends call it an "intervention". It looks good for a bit then, sewing happens and it gets messy again. See what I mean:
Studio Neat and Tidy
Closet Before and After
So, what did I do? First, I wrote this blog. Then I wrote the May 1 blog--I prefer to be ahead on the posts about Afternoon Delight.
Then: I started the clean-up process--one surface at a time. When the studio is neat and tidy once again, I will decide which quilt is up next, pull fabrics for it, and get started.
It is easy to get lost down the rabbit hole that is the Internet--we have SO MUCH to read and watch in the comfort of our homes. I want to spend this time making something.