winkydink13 wrote:My dear husband has just made the remark that "he doesn't know how the hell any of us get any quilting done as we all seem to be spending all our time on the net talking to eaach other"
Scoopie wrote:I take frequent computer breaks, because sewing/cutting is hard on my neck. It begins to hurt after a while, being in the down position. So, I just get up and come to the computer, so I can stare straight ahead for a while. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!
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SusieQMcF wrote:I can't resist doing this beautiful BOM. I completed 2009 BOM, but it was very stressful for me trying to keep up. I did the blocks for 2010 applique BOM, but really lost interest in the project along the way and it never turned into a quilt. I sat out 2011. This year I'm giving myself permission to NOT keep up. After all, BOM means Block of the Month, not 9 or 12 blocks each month and 80 someodd blocks in the busiest month of the year, December!
winkydink13 wrote:Very wise Susie, it's great to know our individual limitations and it doesn't matter if we get "behind" because wer're not really behind we are just doing it at our pace for our own enjoyment, it's when we put pressure on ourselves that the joy goes out of it and we are doing it for the joy so we must just enjoy the journey, have fun
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