Yup I've definitely diagnosed myself with Quilting ADHD!!
I have started another project!
I have good reason (I can rationalize just about anything having to do with quilting!!)
Next week I'm the guest speaker at Shining Tides Quilt Guild in Fairhaven MA and I'm scheduled to talk about and demo Sashiko - so of course I had to start on something new and have it in stages to make my demo easier .... right???
The project is a combination of Sashiko and applique (two of my favorites) here is the sample....
I Love this book: Paradise Stitched by Sylvia Pippen
I transferred the pattern onto "Quilter's Linen" by Robert Kaufman
using Tracing Paper by Clover and the thread is 100% white cotton
made in Japan
For the applique I used Hand dyed and Batiks. Usually I use freezer paper to make
my templates but this time I made Mylar templates and liquid starch and a hot mini clover iron to turn the edges, then I pined each piece in place and then basted them - next I'll applique them down.
This makes for a great transportable project!
Now I feel more prepared for my talk / demo, at least that's the way I rationalize starting this project when I have SO many others to work on. I think I should make a list of all my UFO's and start finishing them!!
What do you do? Make a list so you know what projects you have going? Only work on one project at a time? Or are you like me and have Quilting ADHD!!!????