This really was a great project to do - not just in terms of how quickly I was able to put it together but also with regards to how much of the fabric I could use up.
Just look at how very little there is left over!
I might be able to get a very small unit (block) of a scrappy quilt out of this. I like the fabric so much that I will keep these bits for that purpose. What can I say, I am a terrible hoarder. Hopefully only of things that are still beautiful and useful. Thankfully I am able to chuck stuff away that has seen its best or was never that great to begin with. You need to know when to cut your losses: there is nothing worse than keeping something around with the vague hope of a future use - only to find that when you eventually try to use it (as the only item out of goodness only knows how many) - that finally shows up that it is no longer fit for purpose. Some of the time I just kept stuff because I own in, for no other reason. Fed up with that.
My main reason for posting this photo is actually not so much the blog post itself. I want to post this photo on the website My Sewing Circle but it won't allow posts in comments by uploading directly from your computer, you need a URL. Well, I can give it a URL, no problem.
I like My Sewing Circle: it is an online sewing community. Like Ravelry (the online community for people who knit or crochet) but obviously for people who sew instead.
They just added new functionality to allow users to put up or download free digital patterns on the pattern pages. Cool.
So here goes: a successful project in how much fabric I could use, how quickly I made it and that I was able to complete it in the first place!
Where the completion of sewing projects is concerned, I wonder if I'm over the mental block... (let's not jinx it)