When I start a quilt, I'm in it to the finish. No half starts for me, or works-in-progress. I march into my fabric stash, pick out the material, cut it out, lay it out, start sewing, and don't come gasping up for air until my fingers look like eagle claws and my back is in the shape of the letter C. Balance is not one of my strong suits.
In getting ready for my second craft faire, I tried a new approach. I cut out several quilts at once. It felt like I was cheating on the first one, but after that it got easier. I got on a roll. I only sliced my finger on the rotary cutter once, while cutting out four quilts in a short time span, while still having an unfinished project in my sewing closet. It was like I was running some sort of business or something. Unprecedented.
|Dillon, Beachy Chic for Shore|
|A Futon Full of Future Fluff|
|Herb, the Decaf Tea Quilt|
|Spot, a Dalmatian Quilt|
|Pippen, the Apple a Day Quilt|
|Or some other apple name, I'm not sold on Pippen.|
|Lady, the Baby Buggy Quilt.|
|Cleaning up as I go along has never been one of my strong suits.|