While I started the project as a way to purge my stash of old-fashioned florals, the more I work with this, the more they are growing on me. The individual fabrics themselves still don't really appeal to me, but I'm liking the way they are coming together.
|Ugh! See that muddy patch in the bottom right? Why do I only notice these things in photographs - AFTER it has been sewn together???|
I went back to work today...but since we are working from home these days, it means I was still in my sewing room/home office, but I spent it on the computer instead of sewing. When I emerged from a day of virtual meetings and phone calls, it was to this winter wonderland...except my calendar now says spring! I'm not excited about this turn of events!
But, once I was done with work for the day, I was able to turn my attention back to sewing - no dorm duty to worry about since the kids are all at home. And I was smart enough to put dinner in the crockpot this morning before my first meeting even began, so I was FREE to play for the rest of the day!
And if you played along with the quilty adoption, please know that I have emailed Joyce, Joy, Sharon, Becky, Maggie and Mari to send me their addresses so I can send out their tiny adoptees. I'll pop them in the mail as soon as I hear from you.
Be well, everyone!
I'm linking up with Oh Scrap and Monday Making.