I’m so easily distracted it seems like every project in the world is grabbing my attention and now I’m fixated on getting into loom weaving. Wouldn’t it be cool to make my own fabric and then embroider it??
(Everyone: “You do not have time for that!”)
Needless to say, I have to finish my current project(s) first. As if weaving grabbing my attention isn’t enough, on top of that, my quilting guild is having a little competition and… of course I want to add that to my to do’s. It would just be a little 25″x25″ quilt. No biggie, right?
All these projects while trying to keep the website going, with internet service that just… well terrible isn’t a good word for it. Woefully inadequate is more accurate. Trying to upload new patterns and my internet service is so slow that my web host keeps stopping the upload and giving me a notice of “You are probably offline.”
Pretty sure I’m not offline, but ok.
I’m officially having to use my mobile phone hotspot because, I’ve discovered, it has faster upload service than my local internet.
OTD Free SAL
I finished part 7!!! YAY!!! Onto the Bargello Stitching for a while…
(This project is so pretty! Cant wait to finish it, but other projects need attention too.)
OTD Bargello SAL
Not the best picture in the world, but it’s what I’ve got and I’d rather not battle the internet for another 30 minutes to upload a better image.
So I’ve finally had a chance to add color to the Bargello SAL and started stitching on Part 1. So far, I’m loving the vibrant gold colors and I look forward to seeing this part completed. The gradient is a little more subtle than I anticipated, but together with all the other 15 squares filled I think it is gong to make for a very nice, modern design that has subtle details for any admirer to see upon closer inspection.
I have already made a mistake in stitching it, though. It’s subtle enough that I’m going to try to run with it.
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I couldn’t resist starting on this and I’m anxious to get back to it. With this being my first time trying foundation piecing, it’s turning out better and easier than I had anticipated.
I’ve semi-banned myself from new projects. We’ll see how long that lasts.
The littlest ones are up from their nap so I have to run.
So much to do, so little time!! There needs to be so many more hours in a day!
Anyways… Thanks for reading!