For the past several weeks we have been preoccupied with making and following through with a major life decision. It’s not a bad or even a particularly sad decision, but it is an irreversible one and requires major cleaning out and disposal of family memorabilia. Consequently, I’ve little to share on the quilting front, but work does continue on my two primary projects.
My hexagon neutral borders on my Edyta Sitar project continue to grow. I find this handwork project very soothing at a time when that’s much appreciated. I have a really hard time letting go of family items, even when my head and heart both agree the time has come to do so.
This was my workstation during Bonnie Hunter’s most recent QuiltCam. After a morning spent sorting and rearranging, it was nice to sit down and work along.
My scrappy hexagon project is under the needle on my quilter.
This is where I procrastinate the most, because I have the least confidence in my skills. Since the top is so very busy, I decided to go with a simple meander. I’ve also reconfigured my work space once again in an effort to reduce drag while I work. I had been browsing Amazon for tables of a particular dimension when I remembered this one tucked away in a closet. It’s a little longer than ideal and weighs a ton, but should do the job nicely….and it’s totally paid for.
We’ve had a series of very pretty days here. I saw these water fowl on a recent walk.