I just returned from 13 days on the road ending with the first AQS show in Lancaster PA! It was such a rush to be there, and I spent weeks preparing so my classes would be "just right".
I've done a lot of teaching and a lot of travelling and I know to plan some down time when I return. I take the first day home and spend it in my sewing room engaging in 'quilt therapy' or 'recovery quilting'.
I grabbed my bucket of 1 1/2" strips and pieced them into blocks:
It was the perfect recovery quilting project since there was no thought involved, until...
... there were leftover pieces:
What am I going to do with the leftovers?
I pulled out a barely started scrap quilt that has 2 1/2" x 6" sashings. Should I continue with that project (I'm thinking no), or should I just toss those few strips and all my leftovers into a bag for my crumb-quilting friend
Does anyone else get paralyzed by these enormous life-and-death decisions?
I hope this recovery takes, because I'm on my way back out the door for another 14 days of teaching!