Posted on 4 Comments

Attitude Adjustment

I didn’t have time to work on my scrap quilt yesterday so I had to knock it out today. I’m glad I took that time off because when I sat down to work on it, I felt completely different about it.

I realized that this project is been a great opportunity to try something new that I never would have chosen. Yesterday, all of my whining was really just my insecurities rearing their heads.

I’ll hand it over to my swap partner happily; she knew she was risking getting a final product she wouldn’t necessarily adore, just like I did when I gave her my scraps. It’s really the point of the whole exercise and I’m glad I finally figured it out.
It was a chance to try out these little corner pockets for hanging. I put one on every corner so she has lots of hanging options.

4 thoughts on “Attitude Adjustment

  1. that worked out really well

  2. Whoops, should have read ahead on your blog before posting the last time 😉 This is awesome!

    1. Ha! That’s funny. The zig zag wouldn’t show as well on a pouch. I did think about it, though.

  3. Um . . . if your swap partner doesn’t like it, I am totally willing to go to a quilt guild meeting to establish my “cred” and then take it home to my house! LOVE IT! Keep in mind, if I ever swapped scraps with someone the most they’d get was a hippie cat toy.

Comments are closed.