Oh boy. I really, really underestimated the amount of work on this quilt.
It’s coming along, and it’s going to be really pretty. But, at this rate, it won’t be done until well into the 2020’s.
Isn’t it funny, I have no trouble spending hundreds of hours painstakingly knitting away on a lace shawl or a cabled sweater without noticing time passing. But, when I get out the sewing machine, I want everything to be finished as fast as possible. On the other hand, you know that there are plenty of quilters out there who sew big, complicated quilts but don’t have the patience to knit a pair of mittens.
Weird how that goes.
Anyway, I’ve gotten my first square done, and it is beautiful (and big)! I love it! It’s about 18″ across, and my little squares fit together pretty evenly(not perfect, but well enough).Now, I’ve just got to make 11 more!
Have you ever bitten off more than you could chew?
It’s beautiful! What a project! Keep going, girl!
That’s really striking. I love your fabric choices.
Maybe you just need to find the rhythm of sewing the pieces together, like we find the rhythm of knitting. It’s in there somewhere.
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