Habits – hard to develop, easy to lose

I realised last night that I hadn’t blogged for about 10 days despite promising myself that I would blog at least once a week. I told myself that I had a good excuse – the day job has been a little distracting but I have still managed to get about 13 hours a week in the studio. So why haven’t I blogged? Maybe because it is not a fully formed, hard to break habit yet? The answer, for me at least, is to keep going, just in the same way that I keep going into my studio to work even when I’m tired or distracted. I turn up and do the work!

So what have I done in the last 10 days. Well the good weather lasted longer than expected so I have about 12 square metres of gorgeous fabric to cut into ‘bricks’ ready to build more Ruins pieces.

Breakdown printed fabrics ready to cut

Breakdown printed fabrics ready to cut

And I worked on a miniature piece that, if I like it once finished, will be entered into the miniatures category at Festival of Quilts this summer. Stitching a piece that is only 30cm square is so much easier than working on my recent, mammoth, Ruins pieces!

Work in Progress

Work in Progress

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One response to “Habits – hard to develop, easy to lose

  1. I look forward to seeing how your miniature quilt looks when I visit the show in August. It looks as though it is progressing well.
    Sylvia

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