Hey, remember when I made a pillow top?
And then I bitched about it taking forever to hand quilt?
I finally finished the quilting!
Tiny, bitty hand stitches. No wonder those quilt store ladies laughed at me.
Now, no, I have not been working on this since July. I think I packed it up when I got mad at its slowness and just found it two weeks ago.
And even though the quilting is done, I still need to sew a back on it. Oy.
So (yeah, hi! that's how I transition around here: VERY LITTLE NOTICE), I've been kicking around this of documenting what I complete in a day, every day next week. Very little excitement and lots of dulling dribble, I'm sure.
But often I feel as though I'm not accomplishing much around here, but in reality I am -- I just focus on what I wanted to accomplish and get mad at myself for not completing in a day everything I wanted to do.
I'm not sure how it would go, and I'm quite convinced it would be boring (I mean, how interesting can I make "did three loads of laundry" five days in a row sound?) but I do think a reminder might help me realize that ultimately, I am accomplishing a lot. Just not a lot of crafting.
Or would that be lame?