It’s a fact that a creative mind can’t stop creating even if it wanted to. I know this because I’ve done extensive research. Okay, there was only one subject and it was me… but still, I think I’m right.
Mr.P rolled his eyes at me a couple of weeks ago when I told him I was starting a new Mystery Quilt Challenge. My friend Kelli sent a message. “Come join our quilt group. We are doing a mystery quilt and you should do it with us.” How could I say no to Kelli? .
What about all the other half done projects he asked. (He obviously doesn’t understand the creative mind as intimately as I do.)
He’s right… I do have a few projects in the works. Just off the top of my head I can think of five in different stages of done-ness. But I like options… options are good!
However, if there is a deadline to meet I can get my act together and stay focused. Especially if a new little great-grandson is on the way.
My granddaughter has been a life long Seahawks fan. So I created “Baby 12” for our newest fan club family member.
Because I can’t walk straight or stay in the ditch when stitching, I only hand quilt. I love the secondary design the stitches make on the back of the quilt.
My aversion to thimbles has consequences and my fingernail gave out near the end.
I’d like to introduce you to Fozzy-Bear…
Until next time, Happy Stitching…