I have reached that spot in a project when it has lost its sparkle. It certainly isn’t hard, but it is repetitive. I love the colors and the English Paper Pieceing technique, but I am ready for a change and a creative boost.
Here is this months progress…
I got four more flowers done, but hold on… this little guy looks like he was a little bit tasty as well!
I wonder who the culprit could be?—. I doubt that it was my husband, he usually chooses things with nuts. How about my grandchildren? No, they usually like things that are a little bit sweeter. I bet it was this guy!
Yep! It was definitely him! I think he likes glue,. Who knew? Oh well, I can fix that in no time and he is just way too cute to get angry with.
Now it is time to put this project in a box and forget about it for a while. It will be sparkly new and exciting again in a few months or …years lol!
I already feel lighter just getting all of the pieces off of my night stand and cutting table. They are all neatly in a box that is neatly put away in my sewing room. Yea!!
I will get back to this project again. But for now, I am feeling the need to continue my appliqué on my Simple Folk quilt. I hope all of my piecing is done by next check in day and that I am actually stitching the leaves and circles. Fingers crossed!!🤞
Thank you so much for stopping by today. If you have a moment, you may want to check out what the other hand quilters are stitching up.
Have a wonderful day!!