I see that Elle has her quilting goals set out for next year. And after yesterday -- I can see that goals are going to be very important. Not only goals, but priority setting and some deep thought as to what I need to keep. Let's say that I'm a bit shell-shocked.
I had to prep for a couple of presentations on the software. While I am FAR from being an expert in this software, the more I play with it - the more I learn, and I realize that it's possible to modify or create ANYTHING!! I've got lots of things I want to work on going forward - prioritizing is going to be important.
In between, I had a few moments and decided that I would look a bit deeper in that closet. OH, this is not going to be good.
It appears that that closet had become a dumping ground for ANYTHING that I didn't have a home for. And well, I don't know how much will get returned to the closet.
I started off by putting new batteries in the label maker. Good grief -- I printed out two labels, and this is the message I got.
|Dead battery message|
|Next set of batteries gives me a low battery message|
|Garden Lattice quilt|
|The needle case opens up|
|A pattern to make a needle box|
|All the templates to make a needle box shaped like a barn|
|Veggie cat patterns|
|A craft project|
|A bundle of bright fabric|
|The supplies to make a woven bag|
|Two shelves are organized in the Studio B closet|
|Paper pieced foundations for The Wedding Star|
|Customer quilt - done!|
If any of you have sent me e-mails regarding class signups at Thimbles and Things - I would like to say that my inbox has exploded. I just can't deal with acknowledging your e-mail until next week.
I did notice that a few people said, "sign me up for everything." Well -- please go back and READ the newsletter. I asked people to sign up for a SPECIFIC time slot for the technique class, and there are TWO different free motion classes. It doesn't make sense to sign you up for everything!!!!
And to be honest, I do not want to go back and ASK you to tell me what you want. This is a HUGE logistical task as there are hundreds of e-mails. So please check the dates and times -- DO NOT just say "sign me up for everything!". I appreciate your faith in me, but you have to be a bit more specific. I'm tempted, but won't, delete any e-mail that didn't specify times or dates.
On that note, by the time you read this, I shall have departed the house and will be on my way to a couple of days of rest and relaxation. However, I do have a bit of work to do while I'm away. But it's all good.
Have a super day!!!