Thursday, April 8, 2010

My Creative Space: the mammoth task continues

So, dear reader, last week on My Creative Space I outlined the mammoth task currently confronting me, which is: Make Five Weeks Of Market Stock In A Little Less Than 21 Days While Working Full-Time, Fitting In The Necessary Exercise, And Still Trying To Have Some Kind Of Life.

Well, okay, so I didn't put it quite like that at the time. But in truth that's the task. And I'm pleased to say that I have progressed, dear readers, I have progressed. Whoo hoo!




In the past few days I have made half a dozen cushions, I've completed four fiddly pencil rolls, I finished an order, I made the EXTRA baby quilt for the Amateur Actress's new niece and sent it to Canberra so quickly that I forgot to take a photo of it, and I ticked off four new family peg bags. I think that's a pretty good effort!

So, now all I have left are six pencilrolls, some more cushions, another quilt (sigh), some eye pillows and heatpacks, the matching doorstops and snakes, and extra owl, cat and whale toys ..... right, I'm going to stop listing things now in case it starts making me depressed .....

10 comments:

Knicky Knacks said...

My goodness - well done to you. I'm exhausted just reading what you've accomplished.

Pippi creates said...

Nothing like a bit of pressure to make things happen. Looks like it is working in your case.

Trudi - Me and Ewe said...

WOW - I am exhausted just reading about what you have been doing.

dash robin said...

wow. thats a lot. i need a coffee just reading about that much work!!good luck at the markets.

Kirsty said...

Nothing like a looming deadline to get the job done.

Gina said...

Repeat after me... I choose to craft, I choose to craft, I choose to craft. Enjoy it!

All looking mighty fine btw. So good on you for getting through it.

Don't know when I missed the change of header (that's the thing about reading in a reader) but I'm in LOVE with that patchwork.

Cindy said...

you love what you do...
awesome effort

Christina said...

A very good effort indeed. Yes, sometimes to do lists can be off putting! Best to keep them short and write another one once that one is ticked off! :)

Cotton Kiwi said...

Wow, that's some seriously impressive sewing! The peg bags are fantastic.

michelle said...

wow, i'm so tired after reading that i'm off for a bex and a lie down. your work is lovely