9 Blocks Equals Progress
In April I was fortunate to attend Sewtopia Atlanta. I had a great time and attended two great workshops. One with Elizabeth Hartman and another with Denyse Schmidt. Denyse taught a new method for her Single Girl pattern called Freewheeling Single Girl. Fewer template pieces are required for the freewheeling version. I've been busy so it's taken me a while to work on it but I'm pleased to say that I'm ready to assemble the blocks to complete the pieced top. The fabrics are Kona Solids and Carolyn Friedlander prints from several of her fabric lines including Carkai. I'm still busy so there is no guessing as to when I'll be finished, but that's alright, this isn't a quilting race, but I continue the struggle to find more time to quilt.
How do you work more quilting time into your busy schedule?
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Ernest Hemingway said, "There is nothing to writing. You just sit down at a typewriter and bleed. I can relate to this since I've been trying to come up with an inaugural post for the blog portion of this site. Rest assured that if what Mr. Hemingway says is true about writing being such a "messy" endeavor, that I'll be certain to do all of my writing far away from my quilts. :-)
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April 18, 2016
Tracey Pate, Quilter and avid fan of fabric :-)