Five 15s

>> Thursday, April 5, 2012

My Easter tabletopper is ready and waiting. . . and waiting to be quilted. 
I am home from work today and no excuses. 

Just need to go and buy milk.
Write a cheque.
Mail the cheque.
Decide on Easter dinner.
Sweep kitchen floor.

Okay, okay, you get the idea! I can get THIS close to finishing and stop in my tracks.
My solution this time around?

Five 15s.

Five segments of 15 minutes at the machine.

I figure if I can trick my mind into five 15s, I just might keep going!

Wish me luck!

Tell me how do you get projects completed?
 Just in case my latest attempt fails

With Joy,
Sarah Vee


Rachel Slote-Brown April 5, 2012 at 5:42 PM  

I force myself to quilt until the bobbin runs out of thread. By then I'm usually in the middle of something, change it and keep going. Sometimes it's the just getting started that is the hardest part.
One of the quilt guild members said something the other night about "finding time" to quilt. You don't find time, you just take it from something else. Usually sleep. Or house cleaning.

Nanette Merrill April 5, 2012 at 7:15 PM  

I'm sure you did it and I'm sure it is great.

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