Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Label it .... you own it...!

I hope you have all had a wonderful Labour Day Weekend. Myself, I ended up going in to Fibre Junction and working on the website, imputing Lecien Cosmo floss.  What a job!

Today, owning a small business requires lots of skills that I am positive our foremothers did not have to acquire. Anyway, by 3:30 p.m. I was crossed eyed and had to call it a day! Yea, I popped opened a bottle of wine and had a glass! Cheers!

I'm still on this "finish UFO" mode and completed Vintage Holiday - a Jo Morton quilt.

Not only did I finish the quilt but ..... I actually took Ancient Bernie out!

And ... Seriously, aren't you proud of me? lol

All of a sudden .... "SQUIRREL" .... and off I went into another direction, creating labels for completed quilts!  So far I have six (6) labels stitched out and sewn on .... Sigh! Not that it's a bad thing but ....

Focus Carole ... focus .... just focus ... back to completing UFOs!


Sue SA said...

Congratulations on finishing one UFO at least and they are mighty fine labels, so I think that is a good distraction!

catsatararat said...

"You're a better man than I am Gunga Din!"
So many of my quilts have escaped me over the years without labels. Congratulations of another project crossed off the UFO list!

Tanya Quilts in CO said...

I also having quilting ADHD, but good job with your finish!

Thimbleanna said...

You're too funny! Congrats on your drive to organize and finish your UFOs. I really need to do that -- after I finish the baby quilt and then ... haha, how on earth will I ever uncover all of them??? Really, I've been thinking about my own mortality too and it really worries me that the kids will have to deal with all this fabric! Must. Make. More. Quilts -- which wouldn't even put a dent in the stash!!!

WoolenSails said...

Love the quilt and the fabrics. I need to figure out how to use my machine to make labels.
I have an embroidery machine and then I got the quilter and the store closed, so I have to figure it all out on my own. I know I understood it when I first got the machine, so I am sure if I reread the book, I can figure it out, but nice to be able to customize them.


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