More Pies & Points

Pies & Points More Progress
Pies & Points More Progress

I worked really hard over the past weekend to get this quilt pieced and off the design wall. I didn’t succeed, but made good progress.

As I worked on this quilt, I realized that I was more interested in working with Victoria Findlay Wolfe than this actual quilt. I will finish it — I am excited about getting this quilt off my UFO list, but I am not excited about the project in general.

There are some things I like about it. I like practicing curves and I am enjoying the pinks.

I started another quilt (stay tuned for photos) as leaders and enders about which I am much more excited and I am eager to get busy with that one.


Author: JayeL

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

2 thoughts on “More Pies & Points”

  1. I have found that if I am not feeling ‘it’ when working on a project, that sometimes you just have to walk away or set it aside. Quite often, after doing something I WANT to work on, I am more likely to go back to the project I was tired of. I might not like working on it, but somehow the resolve to get it done, kicks in. Not sure if I am explaining this well. I hope you get the gist of it though. 🙂
    This quilt always reminds me of flying kites. It’s such a happy looking project!

    1. I know exactly what you mean. Walking away works for me and using leaders and enders helps me know that something else is next. However, I have found that putting a quilt away doesn’t work for me. Out of sight out of mind =OLD UFOs. I am trying to avoid that. Thanks for reading!

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