Aren’t Fridays wonderful!?
They’re like an open window: you look through and see the shinning hope of what the weekend will entail!
For me I’m fortunate to have Friday as an extra sewing day.
And that’s exactly what’s happening on this crisp autumn afternoon!
I’ve been itching for a spare bit of time to crack on with my Friendship Star Quilt.
So far I’ve made 10 blocks and need to complete another 15 before I can begin piecing them together to finish the quilt top.
Today I’ve cut and pieced HSTs etc. ready to piece together at least another 4 or 5 blocks.
I don’t know why but I seem to have this odd habit of cutting out only enough fabric to piece together 4 or 5 blocks at one time. I never cut out everything before I start. I think I’m always wary of getting stung by cutting too much and essentially wasting fabric that I could’ve used for another project.
Surely, I’m not the only one who does/thinks this…??
So, I’m in a ‘slow-pace’ kinda mood today, meaning I’ll possibly play a little bit of Passenger (my ultimate favourite singer/songwriter) and simply take my time getting these sweet little beauties done.
Heaven is right where I am this afternoon! 🙂
Happy Sewing Friends!! xx