Thursday, June 23, 2016
I bet you guys think my house must be a pig stye because it always seems like I am running around like a mad woman... prepping here and prepping there but in fact my house...although not pristine it is decent. I thought I would share what the prepping looks.
I have been asked how I get so much done and to me it doesn't feel like it! But, what I can say is A lot of times I take small bites. When I decide to prep if I don't have an entire day I will create a mess in my sewing room and go in an out.
Like yesterday we had a lot of business errands and doctor appts. so after coffee in the morning I went up and decided what to prep...then, I started tracing the motifs on my fusible and prepping the background with SF101. Once that was done I did an errand and when I came back I pulled the bucket of wool scraps out. When it comes to small wool projects I almost never have to buy wool because I have saved all kinds of wool scraps in gallon baggies. The littlest piece can be used for these projects so I rarely throw anything away unless it is a sliver.
These scraps were left over from my Primitive Christmas Gathering quilt and were great shades for my Buttermilk Basin 2016 Free BOM.
Like this piece left over from a previous project...
...became a snowman's scarf on my BOM and
I still have 2 little pieces left for something else!
...this little yellow chunk was enough for stars and
I have a little piece worth saving!
After all the pieces of Soft Fuse were fused to their little pieces of wool I had to head to Redmond. When I got home it took me less than 45 minutes to cut out the motifs and fuse them on the background. The end result is 2 blocks prepped totally from the wool scrap bag...except for the giant snowflake.
I guess I can be a little bit of a piggy when I am prepping in chunks of time but there is a real satisfaction in having another project prepped...even if it was done at a segmented pace :) Have a great Thursday...and maybe you can even start prepping something???!!!