Procrastination: Nailed it!?

In my opinion, I’ve been very good in getting up to date with all my uni work: that is – readings, meeting first assessment deadlines, homework tasks etc.

(A big pat on the back for me!!)

But today on the other hand, procrastination has set in.

And to fill that space I’m making some quilt labels! Yay!

(And listening to One Direction – Midnight Memoorriieess!)

I’ve literally been working my fingers to the bone (no, not really) stitching away to get them finished as this coming Friday is the day for my Sydney Easter Show entries to be dropped off.

The Happy Quilt & Show Worthy Quilt Labels

The Happy Quilt & Show Worthy Quilt Labels

I also still need to make and attach a rod pocket to the back of my Happy Quilt so that it can be hung!

AND the fact that I have two pretty major-ish assessments due this week makes the next 7 days or so a little bit scary to face…

(Hence my Sunday procrastination phase!)

Plus, add on everything else that happens in a week of my life and you’ll be where my head space is at!

So perhaps I should shake myself out of this little procrastination slump and get things going…

Oh, but…must I really…??

I’d much rather stay in my little quilting bubble where everything is happy and carefree…



Textbooks and Microsoft Word are coming out to play…

HSF! xx

PS. I also hope to film another block tutorial sometime this week or this coming weekend. Only something quick-ish and simple. That way I can get it edited and published lickety-split! 🙂

8 responses to “Procrastination: Nailed it!?”

  1. twonewsocks says:

    I’m glad to see someone else with creative procrastination methods! For me, it’s embroidered badges. Your quilt and labels are beautiful 🙂


  2. Sharon says:

    Very pretty quilt and cute idea for the label. I hope you place in your quilt show. Today is national goof off day so guess its ok to procrastinate. So have fun! Happy working on those assignment and quilts. Cheers!


  3. wombatquilts says:

    I love the hand made labels… I do not have the patience (and the needlework skills!) to make such cute things.


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