Saturday, September 11, 2010

Reflecting

Thanks to everyone for the great suggestions on how to get my #1 UFO finished. (You can read the ideas in the comments posted to this blog entry.)
This week I attended the first meeting of the season for my UFO small group meeting (from my guild) and got re-energized to get to work on a pile of my UFO's. I found a few "new" UFO's to work on that aren't on the list to the right on my blog, so I'll have to update that.
I finished piecing block #8 on my Journey of a Quilter project, which means I only have 1 more block to piece for this quilt! It feels like a light at the end of the project tunnel!

And I have been working on some of the hand stitching for block #7.
This is the stitchery I just finished, which is appropriate for today...September 11th. I will spend some time reflecting on the events of that day 9 years ago.
I will also be attending a surprise 25th anniversary party for my sister-in-law and her husband, where we will reflect on and celebrate their life together.
And if that is not a busy enough day, I'll be attending the Open House at Triangle Sewing from 10 -2. Come on by and see the fall class samples, and enjoy some great food. I'll be working on finishing up block #7...woohoo!

2 comments:

  1. Sometimes, I get so busy trying to get through my day, I don't stop and reflect on anything. Thanks for reminding me to stop and think! Think about my quilting, my family, my life!

    I hope your weekend turns out as great as it sounds.

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  2. Oh doesn't it feel good to see progress! And having an event or memory to tie to making that block will help make the project more precious to you. I know after a project has languished in the closet for a while, I lose what inspired me. Hope you are finding your muse for this and your other UFO's! :-D
    Blessings!

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