Weekend minutes

/ Sunday 24 January 2010 /
This term I have a heavier teaching load than I did last term, and I'm really feeling the pinch when it comes to my quilting productivity. Last weekend I pinned this quilt but it was only last night that I got a chance to start the quilting. One of my courses is a new prep, so I'm devoting a lot of time to getting things read properly and seminar material organized. I'm not really complaining, since I do love my job - not to mention that the university writes my paycheques and therefore indirectly supplies my stash habit!
My first granny square
Progress in crochet-land continues apace. Perhaps I am being kind to myself by measuring progress in inches rather than miles. This granny square still looks pretty weedy and off-kilter, and I tell no word of a lie when I say this is probably granny square, take 200. Never mind, it does look better than the previous 199 efforts! I'm enjoying learning to crochet - and granny squares are nice interleaved with course prep. It's easier to ration, as well. I can tell myself I'll do one round on the granny square and then I'll read half of a journal article, and it actually works - trying to work that kind of a deal with quilting is a mug's game!


{ Dee } on: 24 January 2010 at 13:26 said...

work and play...balance in one's life is wisdom learned!

I like the quilt and am envious of the granny square. truly!

{ Rene' } on: 24 January 2010 at 18:05 said...

I like your method of work some then play some. Your quilt looks great as does your granny square.

{ Unknown } on: 24 January 2010 at 21:04 said...

Fortunately, my work is my play. Playing is just fun. Your playtime was productive and beautiful!

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