Or at least gets finished!
Good morning, superfriends!
Look! Finished ADD quilt! (Yes, it's actually done). This is more a personal exploration of how my quilting feels sometimes. A wonderful detailed plan, ideas.... and then it all stalls out when I come to the actual creation. I know that people with ADD can concentrate very well when it's something that is interesting. And I do - but sometimes... things just don't work the way they do for other people. So here is the ADD quilt: the quilting gets less as it goes, and the binding... well... it just peters out. Rather like my enthusiasm for a long project. :) This one is small, so I COULD accomplish it in a timely manner.
And of course I've started a new quilt. I've got most of the fabric sitting in front of me right now, just need to cut and such.... we'll see how far I get. The best part is that I can use only fabrics from my stash - no buying of new fabric!! I can start whittling down the stash again! (That makes me VERY happy, as our stash is about to overrun the two long shelves we've set aside for it!)
Work is gearing up with yet another project, and I will apparently be involved. Which MAY mean working 6 days a week - I should find out today. 10 hour days, 6 days a week. The overtime will be nice - but it will certainly cut into other things (Faire) if it happens. I should find out today. I am a little nervous, torn between Faire (which I love madly) and Work (which allows me to do faire). Who knows.... I will after our 6 hour training session. SIX HOURS!!!
I bought myself a Kindle Fire for my birthday - inspired and urged by my parents' gift of an Amazon gift card - the perfect prezzie, really. It's a wonderful thing, and I am enjoying the heck out of it. The only downside - it's WAYYYY too easy to buy books that way! (Not a HUGE problem, but one I am going to have to watch!) I bought three last night!
Anyway... more about quilts later. I am going to be busy!
Oh, yeah! And I am working on Boston Molasses again! Hooray!!
Oh! (sheesh - the post that never ends!) AAQI - The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative - is going to be ending this year. Apparently they are really close to meeting their financial goal of One Million Dollars. (Wow). So they will only be accepting quilts for a few more months, and selling/auctioning them off for a few more past that. So if you want to get an AAQI quilt and help support research, better look into it pretty quick! Right now I've still only got the one out there, but there are two going out by next week. Here's the link for those who are interested: http://www.alzquilts.org/ Go forth, look, buy, and offer support.
Okay, I think I am actually done with this post now.