Phew - I'm finally feeling really better. This has been a big drag! While I've been stuck at home - I've had too much time to think about what I'm doing, what I should be doing and all that...with the auction ending, there's been a bit of a let down and all of a sudden, I have time during the day again - so, what to do...I have so many unfinished projects, but do I even like some of them anymore? Do I even want to finish some of them? I feel distinctly unsettled and agitated about what I should be spending my time doing (of course some of the agitation might be from that stupid inhaler I'm having to do right now). Anyway - I'm just sort of wandering around wondering what I should be when I grow up - does this happen to anyone else? What path do I take, what am I good at, do I just make stuff to make stuff or do I go back to selling things and try to take it one step further (not that I know what that means at this point). Hmmm...
OK - enough with the deep questions! Here is one thing I'm working on that I started when I wasn't feeling so hot - when my dr. told me to stay home and sew (my dr. is a quilter - how cool is that?).
You can't completely see them in this shot, but these little stitchette quilty girls are designed by Hilary Lang at Wee Wonderfuls. I have all the stitchette designs (which you can purchase here), and have made a few, but this one will be the center of a little doll size quilt using the fabrics in the picture, which are from a really old charm pack from Moda called Fresh Air by Chez Moi - I love the colors and found I had embroidery floss that matched pretty well.
Thanks for listening to my venting - your thoughts are welcome! Happy Monday!