Have you heard the term "COVID time"?
Since March I have noticed that my sense of time (and the amount of problems I think I can actually solve each day) is way off kilter. I'm not sure if anyone can relate, but days just blur into other days and there is so much to do on every level in life, and yet sometimes I am just starring into space doing nothing!
It has affected my quilting productivity for sure. I have way less finishes this year so far.
I got frustrated with my May OMG project, and it is heading back to the UFO closet. It was just too frustrating for the patience I have available right now. None of the seams were matching, and I remembered why it went to the UFO closet in the first place. I know it needs to be finished, and I will work on it again eventually, but just not right now.
I really want a fun project to finish in June. But since my brain is operating on COVID time, I missed the deadline for posting my goal on the OMG linkup. But I'll set a goal for myself just for fun anyway.
I would like to finish my scrappy Maverick Stars quilt. It is one of my favourite scrappy leader-ender projects. I enjoyed sewing every block, and finished sewing the quilt top at my friend Deanna's house last summer. It's a positive energy project that is perfect for working on during COVID time. The border decision was holding up the finishing of this quilt, but I've waited long enough for creative ideas to come to me... and they didn't. So this quilt is not getting a border.
I need to find a backing and batting, and then this quilt and I can have some fun!