For those who work a standard 5-day work week, it's time to celebrate.
When I look back at my week, I like to review what I wanted to get done and what I accomplished, and maybe celebrate with a nice dinner along with a tasty glass of wine.
So, this week was no different than any other.
Lots of times, a new quilt starts with some scratchy notes in a notebook. Messy stacks of paper on the corner of the desk. And a few sewn samples. Just to see. No commitments yet.
Then it's decision time. A fabric or color theme. Additional fabrics, then the sewing begins. Somewhere in the middle, there always seems to be that twist in the stomach - at least for me. "Who would want this?". . . "Am I crazy?". . . "Does this look good?" And the point in the creative process where I just want to stop. Turn back! Abandon ship! Sometimes I do.
Most of the time, I keep going. "Let's see what this wants to be."
|Was this really a good idea?|
|Trimmed and trimmings|
What did you accomplish this week, and more importantly, will it be red or white with dinner?
Enjoy the weekend!