The same seems to be happening with my sewing. Cake is sometimes involved too. Anyway, I'm determined to sort it out and have a plan (a bullet journal list if you will - never one to knowingly avoid a sewista bandwagon!). It coincides with a number of random days leave scattered through the next few weeks. But in order to firm up the plan, I
Bumbling honeys bee block(s) for Mary:
|a bit wonky|
An example of sabotage, I was cutting and making two of these blocks for Mary and I was getting tired and I knew I should have stopped and left it for the next day but I decided to push on and finish the cutting at least. As I was saying these words in my head, I put a pile of fabric on the board and cut into 2 equal 2.5 inch square blocks, only to realise that it was the wrong pile of fabric AFTER the cut was made. Exhibit A...
My dear sewistas....learn from my mistakes and listen to your inner quilty goddess and stop when she tells you ok! Mary, of course, has been a real angel about my mistakes and the one and a half fairly wonky blocks she got from me.
Keeping on the Bumbling Honey's vibe, April's Bee Mama is Jo and she asked us to make blocks for the Soy Amado quilt block drive....
|lovely fabrics as usual from Jo|
Next up, the Friends with Additions bee. I had three sets of blocks on my cutting table and so was mightily embarrassed. I sabotaged myself with the first lot (for Deanna) by deciding on a block and then
|nice coherent colour palette I think|
Here's a little something that always makes me smile (and jump around a lot - the wee man gets quite scared then he joins in!)