Tell that to my lazy summer attitude which is big on avoiding anything hot, such as quilt batting. The thought of working with a large square of fabric across my lap is just not appealing. Even if I crank up the AC, it's no time to even cook, let alone sew blankets. So my last project is sitting around, all cut out and nowhere to go but in the box I shoved it in. I may be lazy, but I'm a neat lazy person who must hide the Procrastination Projects under beds and other dark places.
So it was a nice surprise to sell the Sandy Beach Quilt to a woman who volunteers at my favorite thrift store. The Assistance League Thrift Store is one of my go-to places to find cute project fabric - the kind I love for themed rag quilts. I have worked with this person at the Bar Exam and she kept saying she wanted to buy one of my quilts. So we made the transaction Tuesday with the temperature soaring and the skies filled with smoke. Not exactly quilt season, but I'll take the sale.
|My next project, hiding quietly under the guest bed.|