With only 8 days to go until I leave for Honduras, I'm starting to descend into panic mode. Lots to get done, travel issues to work out, work that needs to happen while I'm gone.
So I did what any sane quilter would do - agreed to make a block for a project that will be very visible, and will need to be done less than a week after I get back. I'm out of my mind. My idea was to get it sewn, so I could take embroidery thread and beads on the trip to work on... but that's silly. And complicated. And more stuff to pack.... I might need to back out. But I really WAAAAANT toooo... There will be a lot of down time in the airports and on flights and buses.... if I can get it to that point, and efficiently pack the tools and materials needed.
I am really excited that Artitude is getting back together, and there's lots of energy around that. I spent a little time posting some files last night, but that shouldn't take any more attention now. I know I won't be working on the January challenge and probably not the February one..but it seems there are enough interested people to keep the group afloat now. And I won't be doing the January FFFC, either.