My sewing machine is lonely.
It's been nearly two weeks since I put the final stitches in Master W's quilt and I haven't been able to drag myself back to my sewing table.
I have nothing planned. There's not a single project in progress. And when I look at my fabric my mind draws a blank.
If I could just start something – anything – I think I'd be over the biggest hurdle.
So this month, I'm sticking to a teeny, tiny goal: make a Christmas gift for Miss C.'s first grade teacher. Miss C. has asked for a zippy pouch for her teacher, using a brightly-colored, not-quite-finished block that I'd abandoned from an earlier project.
Sounds good to me. Let's get sewing.
You can find this post over at the A Lovely Year of Finishes link-up, hosted by Fiber of All Sorts and Sew Bitter Sweet Designs.