I can’t recall when I started these, would have to look on the blog for that information, but I feel like these placemats have been loitering on the quilt wall for, well, a good while. And to be honest, I hadn’t planned to wrap up this project until autumn, in that other pieces are waiting, and these hues are more fall-themed.
But as I completed them, my daughter was ever so pleased. Then suddenly I found myself busying with them….
And now the final three are finished, the table runner too. I worked on that before visiting my grandson, then came home to find it draped over my sofa. Dude! Again, time has a funny way of arranging one’s schedule, as in where in heck did I find the time to put that together?
When I used to embroider, several pieces were going at once, but in sewing, I tend to stick to one quilt, yet lately I’m back to hither and yon; maybe it’s due to a small feeling of mastery?
I basically know what I’m on about in this quilting gig, or perhaps the scattered nature of my life is bleeding into my hobbies. Regardless, at least this project is in the can, leaving room for others clamoring for my attention.
Something else has been needling my brain lately, about which I’ll expound upon soon enough. For now, here’s a point to ponder; what does sewing sound like? Or writing, hehehe. Recently Life Echo was introduced into my sphere, offering food for thought on various levels. I’ll leave you with that intriguing notion, as revisions and quilts both call my name.