While in Wisconsin, I was talking with my friend Debbie about our styles of sewing. Who knew there were other ways to do it, besides how I did it?? VBG
This was my MO:
I'd start something; get bored with it; force myself to sew on it; put it away in the ufo pile; let it gather dust; pull it out and force myself to persevere and finish the darn thing. Painful.
Then there was Debbie, who was sitting at her machine making a list of her projects presently being worked on. She works on one project for a little bit; then she puts it away (before she's sick of it) and picks up a different project; she works on that for a bit and then puts it away for project #3. She counted that she had 12 going at one time. That's not what I call UFOs. She's working on them all at the same time, in increments. BRILLIANT!!
So, I'm curious as to what YOUR sewing style is. I think it'll be helpful to learn about other methods being used.
Love to you all,
ps: there are still more Chicago quilts to show!