I put in my 30 minutes, yesterday, and I found a long forgotten project.
I started this quilt longer ago than I can remember. My memory said that I set it aside because it was too "Christmas". Why would I put a lot of work into a Christmas quilt?
I pulled it out and looked at it, yesterday. I realized that I had done a good job on the piecing, and if you take away the green border, it doesn't look very "Christmas" at all. The fabric is actually much more cream than the picture shows. It was a very grey day when I took the pictures. I can replace the green border, with a red, tone on tone border. Best of all, someone has asked for the finished quilt.
So it has moved from the give away pile to the "to be finished" pile.
I purchased some "mini bolt boards" also known as comic book boards, to wrap my fabric around and make it tidy. Some ironing may be required. I bought 100, I wonder if that is enough.
I see that my toss toward the wastebasket missed and you can see a discarded envelope in the background. I've since picked that up.
I am test knitting a shawl for a designer, more on that later, but this is the start.
Winter just keeps hanging on. Apparently we are on day 157 of discernable snow on the ground. So brightness is required.
Currently blooming in my kitchen! I am also forcing some forsythia so it can grace our dining room table, on Easter.