Sunday, January 08, 2012

Relaxing Sunday

It has been a long week and I'm tired today, so I am pin basting a quilt. I needed something relaxing to do... and this is a "no brainer" activity.
Want to see what it's like inside my busy (sleep deprived) brain?  Click here. It's a scary place in there! LOL
Don't know why I am working on finishing this particular quilt today...it was calling me I guess. I am a "quilt whisperer", so quilts do talk to me - remember this blog post from 3 years ago?? This quilt wants to be finished, and I have the backing and binding fabric.
Am I working on my UFO of the month? NO! It's #5 on my UFO list and I don't even have a photo of it to show yet. The only explanation I can offer is that I don't have any workable border fabrics or backing for that quilt yet...need to go shopping tomorrow at the Creative Sisters Full Moon Frenzy
Yesterday I taught a class on making miniature quilts to the Royal City Quilter's Guild. Lots of creative energy was generated and many great projects were started.
It was a fun day spent with many of my most favorite people on the planet!

9 comments:

  1. The class looks happy so you must have been a wonderful teacher. Hope your Sunday is relaxing for you.

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  2. Good for you to make some progress with your UFO's, for me I trying not to make eye contact with them for a while, the guilt would be overwhelming! Your class group looks great!!

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  3. hoping you're all relaxed-great class picture too

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  4. very pretty colours in your quilt...I really like it.

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  5. I am not able to have UFOs. They don't whisper at me they yell and I just sew start to finish. I have had the 2 king-sized have other stuff jump in the middle, but I have to know I will finish.

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  6. Any progress on a UFO is good, even if it isn't on the assigned UFO of the month. Sometimes we all just need to let our minds wander. Glad you had a relaxing day.

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  7. I am looking forward to your visit to our guild in London where you will teach us all you know about miniature quilts! Gail

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  8. Fun little insight into your brain. So that's how it works!?!
    Wish I could participate in one of your miniature quilt classes. Looks like fun, and I know you'd be a great teacher!

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  9. Very pretty colours in your UFO. Looks like it will be a finished quilt in no time at all.

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