During the last few days of binding, binding, binding I've been thinking and planning what I want to work on next. What do I want to work on for me and my family, quilts and clothes, the 4 way swap, etc. So my brain has been going full force with ideas. I wouldn't let my self start anything new until all the binding was done.
Well, yesterday I was finally free! And I was paralized with what to do. Here I was with the time to work, and all I could think of was what could I tackle now? What is my next goal? What can I get DONE? I only have "x" amount of time, what should I do?
Thankfully, I was able to step back and really think about it and realize that I wanted to create. To play. To dive into my scrap box and see what happens. No goals, no deadlines, no finished product - just create. I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to make for my 4ws pals, so I decide to think about the mini quilt swap. The group had been trying to decide what the size range should be for the group. 6 inch square or a range, if a range what range? So I started to think about how much could I cram into a 6 inch square of space? Well, here is how much I can cram into a 6 inch square:
a side note about blogging: I spend (a lot of) time on flickr. I started with flickr, and now that I have a blog, I almost don't know what to do with it. My posts tend to be just slightly more than my flickr posts as far as content goes. So I'm trying to think about what I want to blog about, to share more than just pictures, to not treat it like an extension of flickr. So I'm trying bloggy friends.