Last week I turned my sewing machine on again after 2 weeks of not touching it.
I pieced more pieces of Dancing with the Stars so I can make more blocks to fit a queen size quilt. I think I may run out of fabric and I went to Joanns to find something similar and I failed. It may not be queen size. or, I’ll have to keep hunting.
I do not know why I stopped turning the machine on. It became too hard. My Lowery stand and my big cross stitch frame was in front of my table and the room was just messy enough that I didn’t want to disturb the piles by moving it so I can sew. That’s not usually something that stops me. In addition, I had enough of a mess on my cutting table that I didn’t want to clean it up so I could cut fabric. And I was at a perfect stand still in all of my projects. Most WIPs needed something pressed or cut or both before I could move into actually sewing on the machine. And I didn’t want to press or cut. I wanted to sew. It’s the kind of motivation or unmotivation -demotivation? – well I was immobilized by my inability to make a decision of what to do next and so did not do anything. On Labor Day, I finally stopped with the inaction and pressed and put the pieces to Dancing with the Stars under the needle. 🙂
And over the weekend I pulled this quilt from my retreat luggage. I already had the first 2 rows pieced. I sewed all but the final row pieced together. I just ran out of energy and had to call it quits for the week. I hope to finish the top in the next couple of weeks.
~ keep on quilting!