Process Pledge…Sienna Burst QAL

Hi Friends! Well, it is the last day of March and I fear it has not been the best month for my goal sheet. Actually, I have made much progress on some not-to-be-mentioned projects and I have done the things on my list, BUT I am falling off the Sienna Burst QAL wagon.

  

If you follow me on IG, you know that I super-enlarged the block and planned to make four giant blocks for the top. I also had DH (dear hubby) pick the fabrics. It just isn’t my favorite. Here is the flimsy, hanging on the railing, as it will be (at DH’s suggestion), whenever it does get finished.

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It will be bigger, of course, when completed, but it will be just this one big burst, I think.

These kinds of things do happen…I suspect often…and we don’t always report on what feels unsuccessful. However, that is part of the Process Pledge, so here you see it!  I do really like the pattern and will likely go back and try again…with MY fabric choices. It is part of the discovery process and I could also use some lessons on enlarging patterns. It is not as simple as make each piece bigger!

At any rate, I remain very busy and happily working on projects daily. I will try to come up with a report on all that for my April goals report.

Keep on keeping on and enjoy the process!

Happy Quilting!

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12 thoughts on “Process Pledge…Sienna Burst QAL

  1. you are right – we should blog about our not so loved projects! This one is lovely I like the colour combinations but I agree that it is difficult to work with other people’s colour selections. I am working on something right now that I can’t wait to get finished – I am not enjoying it at all!

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  2. What an impressive piece! And that pattern/design would have an entirely different mood made with different colors/fabric patterns. My suggestion: take a break, work on something else (several somethings?), then come back to it with renewed energy and enthusiasm. I’m amazed by and in awe of your quilting prowess and thoroughly enjoy reading of your latest fabric artistry. Keep up the good work! Hugs…

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