My sewing mojo is at an very low ebb. A lack of motivation along with project indecision has me working at a snails pace.
I was a might disappointed with myself that I did not get my Eva dress gardening overalls completed in time for the contest, but sometimes you cannot rush the design process. I am pleased with the direction they have taken, but I feel like I am sewing in treacle....sweet as it is, it has been at a snails pace.
My quilt blocks were on my calendar for this last weekend and they are great fun to whip up.
Both blocks only take half a day to create and work out best if not over thought :)
Just the right project for my dragging fingers.
This one is known as a Broken Spider Web
This one is a String block.
Both are foundation pieced on fabric, which is similar to how you crazy quilt.
It's a fabulous way to use up small scraps which is always useful, but now has me thinking of how to organize my small scraps....by color?
Any suggestions would be most welcome :)
I am looking forward to seeing what blocks April will have to offer. Each month when I complete these blocks I always think " oh...these are me favorite so far" I suppose this is what keeps us quilting - lol
This quilt is going to end up in the guest room for sure...you know the room with the apricot walls, the room that my recent ufo has moved into.
I am curious to know what you do when you lose your sewing mojo.
How do you find your inspiration and work ethic again?
I might have to lay some blame on Pinterest's doorstep, because I will admit to becoming so overwhelmed with the creative possibilities that my mind spins out of control and it's hard to settle down to actual creation. As an example...in the last month I have tried 4 new recipe's, am learning how to crochet, have decided to start making gloves and bras, have found several good projects for students, and started reading a recommended book.....
As my husband says " Well, there's your problem" LOL