Monday, March 12, 2012

String Quilt blocks...

As much as I would like to, I haven't been able to sit at my sewing machine and sew for a couple of weeks. Right now my life is in limbo and until that resolves itself, I think I'm going to be too nervous to just sit. Even though the sewing/quilting would probably help me to relax - if I could just relax enough to sit and sew/quilt. :))

I did manage to make these 6 string quilt blocks before this all began, but as you can see I haven't even trimmed them yet.


Take care,

10 comments:

Barb said...

I hope you can get back in your sewing room and that things resolve itself!

Sally said...

I can sympathize--I hate when things are in limbo. I'm not any good with indecision. I'm very good at adapting, not so good at wondering and waiting. Hope all is resolved soon.

HollyM said...

I hope your problem resolves soon. I am always worse when I'm in limbo. Once a decision is made I find it is so much easier.
I love the black and whites mixed in with your other fabrics. It will be a pretty quilt.

Sharon T said...

When I have issues, sewing seems to soothe me. Hopefully, you're problem will be resolved soon. You are such a creative and inspiring gal!

Kar said...

That is going to be great Terri! I have got to make a string quilt soon.

floribunda said...

I hope everything turns out okay, Terri! Limbo can mean so many different things...

Diane J. Evans said...

Here's hoping it's a good limbo -- if not, then I'm sending peaceful thoughts to ease you into a better place. And any sewing you can do should be good therapy.

Diane

Cathy said...

Thinking of you Terri, I hope things sort out very quickly for you. Your strings are gorgeous. xo

Terri Stegmiller said...

Ditto what all the previous commenters said and I'm sending you a hug. Hope things turn out well for you Terri.

Anonymous said...

Hi new here and I really enjoyed reading but I do have a question, Where are he instructions for how you are making your string blocks?

I like to quilt also

I hope your life eases up on the pressure a bit.
Mary