I'm sure everybody has them...Those Days...but do they have them over such trivial matters? Come to think about it...they probably do.
When I woke up this morning I decided it was time to make a new quilt. My mind immediately went to a gorgeous set of patterns I bought at The Quilted Crow's Autumn Gathering, called Life's Pleasures & Treasures by Kerry Gillespie It has all my favourite things, pretty colours, bunnies, pears, flowers, applique, embroidery...in other words it's my idea of heaven. And I already have all my fabrics gathered together to make the quilt.
But then as I went to put fresh sheets on my bed I decided to change to lighter weight quilts and decided I needed a new utility quilt. And I have just the very fabric!! Actually I have the very fabric to make 20 new utility quilts...but let's not go there. And I do know which pattern I want to use..that's a huge bonus as I've been known to sascillate for weeks over pattern choice.
Now I could start both of these projects simultaneously, but I'm already working on at least four other large projects at the moment and I don't want to feel weighed down by WIP's. So, I have to make a decision which is no easy thing for a dyed in the wool Libran. As soon as my mind settles on one project, it starts reeling back to the other. What to do!!!!
Think I'll just go and have a cuppa and mull it over a little longer. Though Life's Pleasures & Treasures is looking pretty appealing to me at this moment!
It's a really good day to be staying indoors. The weather is very warm for Hobart at this time of year, but there is a roaring gale blowing....I swear half my garden has flown over to South America by now.
The cat is totally unimpressed that I haven't yet made the wind stop, and Molly and Ebony are impatiently waiting for their walk (which isn't going to happen).