weekly photo challenge : infinite

Wow! Where did the week go? I can’t believe it’s already time for another photo challenge and I haven’t posted anything since the last one! I have been a bad blogger lately. My only excuse is that I’ve been sewing like a fiend – a fiend obsessed with getting my next series of quilt tops made. I have 100 quilt blocks near completion, and I have the crippled arms and back to prove it. Why on earth can’t I do things on a scale like a normal person? No, no, no, I need to go into production mode to drive myself crazy challenge myself. Fortunately I’ll be forced to take a break for the next few days. My body needs it. But I digress. Here is my interpretation of infinite – piles of fabulous fabric waiting to be made into something wonderful. The possiblilties are infinite.light colored fabrics dark colored fabrics a row of stacked fabric kids' prints lovely light colored fabrics lots of red fabricsOf course, I can’t really talk about sewing without including my assistant, Kush the cat. Here she is napping on some quilt blocks while I work on another pile. This work can be pretty exhausting!Kush sleeping on quilt blocks

31 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge : infinite

  1. This cracks me up, Terri. I have a stack of fabric like that from my quilting days–I do hope to get back to it one day before my eyesight is beyond that kind of work! Fun shots.

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    1. I have to tell you it’s not the eyesight that’s a problem. It’s the physical demand of sewing, ironing, etc. Of course it doesn’t help that I work on 6 quilts at a time…but it’s so much fun!

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  2. Love the cross-out of driving yourself crazy (lol) and what a sweet pic of your helper!

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  3. Love your organization! Great shots!

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  4. Love the stash of fabrics at the ready. Reminds me of some of my knitting friends and their yarn.
    No such thing as so bad blogger- we’ll be here when you’re able to post.

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    1. Thanks for that. I must admit that I felt a teeny bit guilty when I moved all those fabrics from my studio to our family room, but I’m over it..they just look so darn good on display, don’t you think?

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      1. Very nice and colorful display

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  5. I adore Kush! Nice to be popping in here for a visit! I also adore your stash of fabrics… and everything else in your magical studio!! I could play for hours in there!

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  6. Infinite and a bit overwhelming?

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  7. Can’t wait to see what the ‘endless possibilities’ has produced on my return. Are you incorporating many of your overprinted textiles? Into together market in Mardin later today, will pat a donkey for you….

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    1. Wish I was going to be in Mardin! I have been using my overprinted fabrics – most of the blocks have one or two printed strips. Can’t wait to show you! Enjoy the rest of your trip.

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  8. Thank heavens you have a cat to support you in your endeavours!

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    1. Really don’t know how I’d work without her help!

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  9. I use to sew…a long time ago. So I can relate to this. Nowadays…I’d be the cat sleeping on top of the piles of fabric. 🙂

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    1. Some days I certainly feel like joining her. Thanks for dropping by.

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      1. Just curious…you sew a lot?

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      2. I tend to work aggressively in various media, moving from one thing to another. I print cards, I print fabric, I sew (currently quilts) and for several years I did a lot of tile mosaic. I’m always torn because I want to do it all at once!

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  10. Yay! I was hoping Kush would make an appearance in this post! I know she’s your sewing assistant, Terri. As you do all the heavy stitching and she does all the heavy sleeping. You guys make a great team.

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    1. Thanks, V. Kush was complaining that this wasn’t her best photo but until she learns to use the self-timer on the camera she is at my mercy!

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