Open for Creativity

>> Monday, October 19, 2009

This past weekend saw an unusual amount of creative activity here. It was fun and exhilarating. And a little bit tiring. The result? An almost empty design wall!

I started a new project. I am working on designing a quilt and had a chance to actually get 2 rows started! Normally, this would have taken a few weeks! In addition I also worked on my Sprouts of Joy quilt that I'm designing.
I actually have the limbs sewn on now with a light blue thread using the zigzag stitch on my sewing machine. The little nest is something else I came up with this weekend. There's a post about it too!


All the miscellaneous blocks got sewn up and taken down too. I didn't take before and after pictures, but, trust me, I needed to get some stuff off the wall and start fresh. It's amazing how much I will put off finishing something - until a new idea comes along!

There's no stocking to make with Pat Sloan this month so I find myself with an OPEN week. I'm filling it up by making some bags/purses for birthday gifts and looking towards January birthday presents - one for a niece, one for a nephew.

What's on your design wall this week? Check out Judy's links to see what's up!

With Joy,
Sarah Vee

3 comments:

Kathie October 19, 2009 at 8:39 AM  

love those row of trees~!
and the words...
looking forward to seeing this quilt grow!
Kathie

Judy October 19, 2009 at 8:55 AM  

Both quilts look so happy and cheerful! Nice to get way more accomplished than you thought you would.

Sue H October 19, 2009 at 1:41 PM  

Looks like you have some fun projects going on! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Design Wall Monday is a great way to see what others are working on! Very inspirational.

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