It's about finding passion ... signaled by a lack of procrastination
Shiner was our first English Setter who taught me the value of "stopping to smell the roses" ... or in her case swimming after a duck, chasing a worn-out frisbee, or hunting down the RIGHT stick thrown in the woods.
We should all enjoy life as much as Shiner did ... so I choose to look through Shiner's View ...
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Colorful quilt -- part II
I was really struggling with this ... and short of starting to rip stuff out ... wasn't quite sure where to go with it. In the end, I decided to take the white blocks out and line the blocks up ... I felt that it made it look more cohesive and a little less like a jigsaw puzzle.
I am hoping, as usual, that this one grows on me as I quilt it ... had some more fun in the LQS today picking out binding and backing.
Emma seems quite interested ... not in the quilt, but the thought that there might be something behind it ;-)