I do however find myself staring at it way too much and suddenly realising that I’ve lost time!
I’m easily distracted at the best of times! 😆
So, I’ve been experimenting a bit with framing this star and I think it is working out quite well. The black border just sets its off , I feel anyway 😄 What do you think?
So, I haven’t been able to carry on with my quilting the last couple of days as I’ve had a few other things on the go. Feeling a little frustrated. When I get the urge to do anything I feel like I need to hammer at it until it is done, or I may lose interest and end up with another UFO (unfinished object!) I have a few of them. I tend to bore easily and jump from project to project to keep it interesting, but this is not always a good idea as I end up with a wad of unfinished projects that I then have to finish months (and sometimes years) later, ha! 😅 I’m also debating whether or not to enter a quilt into one of the upcoming quilting competitions this year. I have been promising myself for years that I would do it and then just let it slide by. I am determined, however, to be super productive this year, pull my finger out and give it a go. What’s the worst that could happen? I get declined and then try harder next year. I never give up unless I am 100% sure it is a lost cause. Hopefully I will be able to grab a few minutes of quilt time over the weekend in between shifts. Working all weekend, which is a good thing, as it funds my crafting habit haha! 😄
Right! So one centre done, now to start on the next one. The best of it is , is that I don’t plan my designs at all. I cut shapes and then let them guide me. I have no idea what this will look like when completed, this makes it so exciting! I love seeing the patterns develop. 😍
As per my nine year old aspie’s request,’ the brighter the better’. A huge challenge for my newest project and my seventh patchwork quilt to date!