Spool soufflé row 1

Spool Souffle’ row 1 is together.   Most of the day was spent researching stem cell for Parkinson’s.   One has to dig and make many calls to learn much.  And that means much time on the phone.   So I’m linking up to Elm Street Quilts in the hope that I can get this done as my “OMG” for February http://www.elmstreetquilts.com/2018/02/one-monthly-goal-february-goal-setting.html

Then a neighbor who doesn’t understand sewing machinery, called this afternoon and has a bridesmaid’s dress that needed to be shortened 2″ by this evening.   Wasn’t going to happen here.   Her comment “you do have a serger as JoAnn’s said that how to do it”.    Yes and without time, how does that happen?  She’s a lovely woman and I hate to disappoint her, but I need more time than that to get a full dress and overskirt hemmed and I’m not really good with the rolled hem.

3 Responses

  1. Dar in Mo says:

    Spools quilt is cute. Did you take time to try and help anyway? That’s why I never get my projects finished too. But people are more important than my projects most of the time.

  2. Sally says:

    Sharon, congratulations on saying “no” to a last minute sewing request. People just don’t understand the time and patience required to complete sewing tasks. I hope you are successful in finding some help for your husband. Did you watch Dr. Hyman’s series on the brain and treatments for conditions causing brain issues?

  3. Patty says:

    Fun spool quilt. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.