I think I might do a free pattern for this. It's fairly common though, I think. Is it worth doing yet another pattern for it?
There are just not enough hours in the day to do everything but if I give up working I won't be able to afford to go out and buy lovely fabrics. But I have lots of lovely fabrics I don't need any more, probably for the rest of my life! Going round in circles here. Ever decreasing circles.
It was a fairly peaceful Bank Holiday weekend and I got quite a lot of quilting done on the Worn and Washed project
Claire is on holiday from work until Tuesday (I thought it was at the end of September not the end of August) so I have to cover the late shift on Thursday which means I won't be able to teach this week. Well I had planned to get everything sorted today, some goodies baked and then take it to work and leave prompt at six tomorrow but John has just rung to say his MOT has run out and he needs a lift today, tomorrow and Friday so I can't leave prompt at six. That means I don't have to panic about getting stuff printed and made but then I let Hilary down as she has to take the class or call round and cancel it. Shoulders sag some more.
I have a cartoon book somewhere - it must be fifty years old. It belonged to my father.
In it there is a cartoon of Andy with a big pile of garden tools making his way out into the garden with Flo looking on in surprise. The next sketch is Andy returning saying "I didn't know where to start so I didn't".
As John (and my mother before him) says - "the trick is to just start". I'd better go and get some clothes on then.