It seems as if many of the crafters whose blogs I read are completing projects. I'm not sure what spurs others on. I think I'm partly motivated by having a sense of committment to whatever made me begin the project in the first place. Also, I feel a responsibility to follow through, being genetically frugal. I bought the fabric so I need to do something with it. Plus, I just get tired of seeing the damn thing hanging around. It needs to be finished to be used so I finish it.
Thus, the Regency quilt was completed.
I can't tell you much unstitching I did when quilting the border. I just couldn't get it right.
It's far from perfect, but I'm fine with it.
As I was working on it I thought that instead of hearts I could have appliqued flowers instead. That would be pretty.
I recently had a couple of nice wins. One was the Quilt Album software which I won during the SewCalGal Golden Quilter Award event. I really look forward to getting the software and making a record of not only my quilts but crochet, sewing and cross stitch projects.
I also won a $25.00 gift cerfiticate to AccuQuilt which I won during SewCalGal's AccuQuilt Blog Hop.
Oh, and I splurged on an AccuQuilt GO!
Amazon has them at a very deep discount right now and I bought one.
Having the Sizzix showed me how nice it is to have a cutter for smaller things, and I loved what I saw during the blog hop.
I hope it proves to be everything the company says of it.
Hope you are getting things finished, too.
God Bless You.