Friday, October 06, 2006



I have had a week of both progress and set backs. This is another idea for bags for the craft shows that I am working on. The first quilted bags I did ended up way too small when I sewed the outsides up. I decided to try putting two of them together. I have had them laying here all week trying to think how to fix them. So once again I have bags laying everywhere half finished.

It seems everytime I get one thing done two more come in. I am very thankful for the business, but I am feeling a bit anxious because I am just not good with so much work piled up and so many unfinished projects.

Last week I purchased a new hoop it all to assist me in embroidering hats for my nephew. The hoop has made it a bit easier, but the first design I embroidered was not right for the hats. I re-worked the design and today did three hats. I have 8 more to do.

I exercised every morning except today. I woke up with a headache so I went back to bed and slept until 8 a.m. Lessons have went fairly well this week. We stayed on task pretty much all the week.

I cut out four aprons today and I am excited about the material I used. I need to figure out how many weeks until the first craftshow and how much I want to take to it. Then I need to make a plan. That and all the added sewing that people keep bringing to me. God has blessed me and I need to be thankful and do my best with the gifts He gives me!

Sew Long for Now!

4 comments:

linda said...

Once you get a plan in place and some projects finished, I think you'll start feeling better about it all. It's hard when things get all piled up like this to get going on anything...I know - it happens to me too often. Good for you walking everyday. It must feel good.

RANDI said...

I am going to try and do a craft show next May. Yes, I know that is a ton of planning ahead! It is a very well attended show so I think it may be a good one!?! I am looking forward to hearing how yours goes and maybe some tips you can provide me!

Best of luck on yours!

Alisa_Benay said...

Advertise the bags that came out too small as "lipstick bags"! Good luck with your craft show. I've done them myself and know how fun/stressful they can be! It's really exciting, though, to see customers buying your product.

Anonymous said...

I love the colors of these bags, Cindi!

*Beautiful*

I am praying for you today....