Saturday, June 3, 2017

Under the Pressure Foot #30

I am hopeless sometimes with deadlines and with people demanding I do their jobs first it doesn't help. So I am doing a great job of failing to meet my targets. This is really messing with my mind and I am not doing any of it, which of course is the wrong thing to do. I know that but I have hit the wall and gone SPLAT!  So I stopped and joined in with the Project Uninterrupted session in store. There is a stack of jobs to be done but I just needed to stop and sew something. I started some English Paper pieced apple cores for a shop sample and had done a little bit of work sewing them together in to rows during the week late in the evening when I finally had stopped. This is where I got to.

So while the other ladies were working on their projects. It was a hand piecing kind of day so I continued to sew my apple cores together. I am using Sue Daley's Bittersweet range which comes from Riley Blake Designs.
By the end of the evening I finally got my panel all sewn together ready for the next step.

Next step is to locate the rest of the project which should still be in my sewing bag when we went on retreat down to Victor Harbor at the end of March.  Now back to the  work that I need to complete for the June long weekend and the Salisbury Craft and Hobby Fair.
Until Next Time
Keep Stitching


Jayne said...

Something always comes up to derail us!! Love your apple core EPP. I've got to get an EPP project together for my trip at the end of the month...I may be away from my machine for a week, but I have to have something to do!!

Kathy S. said...

EPP apple cores? That's so ambitious! Come link up at Mama Sparks world too. Tell her Kathy S. sent you. There might just be a giveaway if we get enough people!

Rebecca Grace said...

Hmmm... "Project Uninterrupted?" I need to learn more about this -- I am also feeling overwhelmed by too many projects that have been unfinished for way too long! Your apple cores are lovely. I bought the apple core die for my Accuquilt GO! cutter but I have SO many other things to finish up before I can start on that one...