This is my designated work day and I have been thinking about what projects I need to get done. I had a pattern that needed to get written up and sent to my sister who is going to test it for me. That is done. I also need to get a couple of small projects designed and on my web page. Last night, I was thinking about an idea for one of those patterns that I call slash and sew and think I have come up with something that will work. So, that is going to be my main focus. I need to do a trial pattern and see how it works.
I also need to hunt up a quilt with a lot of stitches to be unpicked as my Mom-in-law likes doing that. Shouldn't be too hard to find. When I was going through my learning process on the frame, I did a number of tops that turned out terribly. I think, however, I will get her to undo a quilt that I have hand quilted. I don't really like the pattern and I think I will just do it on the machine.
Do you do this-start something, decide you don't like it and undo all your work? I tend to do it most often when knitting or crocheting but it sometimes happens with quilting as well.
We are having a bonus day today. It was supposed to rain but it looks as though it may turn out nice. We really need a lot of rain to make up for the dryish summer. Our pond is down about half. My husband says we now have a beach.
Guess I had better get organized so I can start that pattern.