Frequent/expectant blog readers may have noticed a lack of posting anything last week. This was against my initial intentions, putting off the post too long last weekend made the post unable to happen as I was whisked away from the land of internets for a good day and a half last weekend. Seriously, there are still places in the US that are internet unfriendly.
Anyway, I think the gentle rip from my original plans was enough last weekend to knock the wind out of my (quilting) sails.
Any event, I am here now, a week later, discussing the end of March, the end of March-A-Long, the end of 15 minutes sewing every day.
Thanks go out to all who started and didn’t stop, all who marched loudly the whole month long, all who marched silently, all who wrote hashtags, all who did not, all who posted on social media – this blog, the FB page, twitter, instagram etc.
Thanks go out to all who took just a little more moments to think about quilting on a more daily basis than what they were doing before.
Thanks for encouraging each other, thanks for encouraging me, thanks for going along with this silly experiment in daily self-discipline!
As I state in the audio file, I really liked having a different focus for the month than normal that was broad enough to encompass a lot of different types of tasks. By saying I was doing more free motion quilting, I was doing more basting, more image pinning, more video watching, more drawing lines on pictures, more drawing lines on fabric, more changing of my needle, more thread changes, more foot changes than I had done in the last 11 months!
Way to go everyone!
By the way, I recorded this on April 1st outside, many bird noises and then a train noise that I completely didn’t notice too much when recording.