Just before we left on vacation, I was making good progress quilting the blue Kyoto Gardens. We had a lovely vacation in Ottawa (Canada’s capital) enjoying the sights, letting the kids soak in Canadian history, and reconnecting with some family and friends. I had a wonderful trip but by the time I came back I had lost all my quilting momentum.
Most of last week was spent feeling I should be finishing up Kyoto Gardens but not actually doing so. I didn’t work on anything else either, since I should have been working on Kyoto Gardens. On Friday I realized I had a gift to make so started in on a table runner, and that was OK, because it has a deadline so I could neglect the other. I regained a bit of momentum and finished the top last night.
It’s a repeat of one I designed a couple of years ago in orange/red/yellow to use up extra flying geese units. This weekend’s version is in colours that will go with the recipients’ home décor, but I think this design would work in pretty much any colour scheme. I may need to try this I Christmas fabrics… but first I need to get the brown and blue one quilted and sent off to its new home.