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May 16, 2023

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Mary

Don't give up! You always make beautiful quilts.

Carol

Agree with the first comment— don’t give up! I am making this vicariously through you! LOL. It’s a gorgeous quilt and I know you can do it! You did write ten articles on backyard trends, after all. Xoxo

sue s

I can understand your frustration. That's a lot of work for one week! I normally have 2 or 3 projects going on at once and would really have trouble keeping up with this. But, it will be pretty a pretty quilt....

Betty

I take a different route. If it doesn’t bring you joy, stop, use the blocks already made for an original creation. Let go of the shoulda, woulda, coulda and take some pressure off.

Jan

I'll cheer you on or agree it's time to let the project go...whichever you decide to do. But, I have to agree with Betty, if it were my frustration, I'd be packing up the fabric & putting the blocks in a project box to use for something else in the future. You need to do what makes you happy!

Ina

I'm with Jan and Betty. I hate feeling stressed when something is supposed to be fun.

You already have enough 'work' in your life. Sewing is supposed to be fun and creative. That's my view anyway.

You might be inspired to make something else with those beautiful colors if you look through your patterns/books. I love looking at mine. Inspires me to organize and plan.

Kathy Czuprynski

I hear ya! I’m working on 448 half square triangles done with triangles on a roll for the Spring Migration quilt. I have to keep on putting it down for awhile. Eventually I will get it done with modifications.

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