The quilting on BST is almost done - two more sections to finish and I can bind it and call it done! Which is good, since I'm trying to get it done by Sunday, so it can be on display for my birthday shindig. And, you know, take pictures and show it here and stuff! I am looking forward to having it done - I'll have something DONE at that point. Progress is good.
I love quilting. I love piecing, (not so much basting), and I love the process of quilting. I am learning to accept that applique is pretty - just not when I do it. Yet. But my brain is rarely silent and keeps feeding me ideas. I wind up with massive lists of quilts, too many ideas, and not enough time to work on them all. Not by a long shot. And I feel like it's my brain's fault, not my time management skills (which are actually pretty good most of the time).
|This is my brain on quilting|
But it's not much good for catching up on my quilting! Anyone have any suggestions? (And plugging away works only so far. I am plugging away on BST has got me almost done. But if it takes too long, I get bored and go on to something else!).