Sunday, June 28, 2015

Small Projects, Big Ideas


That sums up my quilting lately. A few little things, like this mini quilt (that I'll be sending off to someone in the #textmeminiswap) 



and this bag, which I hope will develop into a class




and this journal cover, just because I haven't made a journal cover in a year or so



and this pouch, which will accompany the a fore mentioned bag.




And then the big ideas, like what to do with beautiful stack of fabric from Blank Quilting. (A blog hop and giveaway will be a part of this! Stay tuned.)





And when to finally learn this





And how to find the time to put together these (a graduation quilt for Kyle, who graduated 6 weeks ago.)



and the list goes on and on. 



I find that my quilting is like that. Big and small. Ebb and flow. I knock off a few things on my little's list, then dive into a bigger project. Usually there's a healthy portion of both on my quilter's plate. One thing for sure, I'll never starve for need of another project.


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3 comments:

tink's mom said...

Your tote with matching pouch are terrific. Great ideas. Small projects do add up and leave you with a great feeling of accomplishment.

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