As New Year’s day wound down, there was a quilted bit of finished goodness fluffing up in the dryer. Whohoo!
If only all my other wishes for 2015 were to come about as easily!
I have a number of want-tos floating around the cranium that I’d like to accomplish for the new year and one of those is to be more productive in the quilting corner. If I have to be honest, 2014 really wasn’t my year in terms of sewing productivity, mostly because of the fibro. Can you see this fibro? I’m waving my middle finger at you!!
For now, my space is cleaned up and reasonably organized. I have several tops I’ve already cut out that just need finishing up, not to mention kits that seem to breed like bunny rabbits. I said to my Mama several years back that what I really needed to do was spend a weekend cutting up kits so I could just wham-bam! get started. You see how far I’ve come in that department. Well, no, you can’t, but trust me, it isn’t far.
This little finish gives me hope…and that was the first entry in my Daily Guideposts book. Hope.
I love me a soft, scrunchy rag quilt, don’t you? They go together so quickly and, for babies, I love the texture of the ragged edges. This one was from leftover squares
foisted off sent home with me from Mama’s house. Thanks, Ma!
Here’s wishing you a year filled with sewing-stuffed hours, endless bobbins and Tom Selleck to rub your sore neck muscles. Hey, a girl can dream!