Happy Monday everyone! I hope you had a nice relaxing weekend with friends and family. This weekend was the annual Boy Scout Pinewood Derby for our pack. We only had two of the boys participate this year. Z is a Webelo now and while he didn’t place, he loved his monster-truck interpretation. Youngest will be a Tiger Cub next year so he participated in the Sibling Division. And wouldn’t you know my boy won his division! He was so excited and to say he did a happy dance was an understatement. He has been showing his car and ribbons to everyone who comes by.
So now it’s back to school, schedules and activities. I spent most of my day in the studio switching between starting this: (Pattern Testing – I even quilted the Heather Bailey exterior myself)
This… (Finishing up a custom order and starting a new one)
And this: (Trying to organize all my patterns I have either bought, made or are working on)
There was also a lot of pressing washed cotton and attaching interlining, but words can describe that job: Boring! At least I had soft dewy skin afterwards.
I guess it’s pretty obvious that today was a jumble of miscellaneous projects. But honestly, I tend to function better and be more productive when I have a few projects going at the same time. If I get antsy or frustrated from one project I can take a step back and work on another project. It works for me. Do you ever do this, or are you a one-at-a-time project kinda person?
For the rest of the week I am going to be continuing on all these mini projects and may start a few more. What’s on your menu this week?