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Monday Morning Star Count 2014/39

I sat with Christa as she stitched today after lunch.  I should have remembered to bring my sewing kit, but I haven't started carrying it with me to work daily yet.

This week I took lots of pictures of quilts, and did lots of hand stitching, but only made a little EPP progress.  My sewing kit is a mess..


Has your stitching been more focused than mine?


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  1. Sometimes we just need a break. I took a week off of my EPP project last week just because there was no mojo. But I'm back this week because it's my only EPP project that I brought with me, so I'm forced to really work on it and get a big chunk of it done.

    LOVE the cherry blossom fabric! Is that something local, or one of your impossible-to-get fabrics from your travels? It's way cute. :)

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  2. Thanks for all the inspiration, Jess! I'm learning, sometimes messes are just good works in process... ;-)

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  3. I always have something on the go but get distracted & move onto another project. By the time I come back to it I have to try to remember what I was going to make!! Always makes for an interesting quilt or cushion. Haha I really enjoy EPP even if I'm not very organised!

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  4. I'm in hexi fatigue at the moment so making something else till the hexi urge strikes me again. And try as I might I have several small containers that are sewing kits, somehow one is never enough and then you have multiple mess! lol

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  5. My sewing kit is also a mess. I always have more items in it than I need for the project I'm working on. Today is a rainy day here so my sewing kit will be emptied and I will only put back what I need for the project I am currently working on, which is 6 pointed stars using paper pieces. I enjoy your blog, thank you for sharing with us.

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