The Death of a Quilt

The hardest thing to do sometimes is the right thing. It’s really hard to admit defeat when it comes to a quilt project that you design and created. I’ve had to do this for the third time in my quilting career. I couldn’t even really talk about it much yesterday. I have a project that I’ve been working on for 3 years that is just due to be scrapped. It would take me another three years of stress and tears to finish it, so I’m about to repurpose the parts are important into a simpler version of the quilt. There hard version it’s just too hard the way I did it, and my patience has worn through.
So today, I’ll go get more fabric, and start the replacement quilt process.

In other news, I also scrapped another project because my hands just couldn’t do the work that was needed. It’s not a quilt, but a home décor project. Alas, some days just prove that you weren’t meant to be productive.

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