I haven't been doing much sewing lately as life in general has been a little nuts. Work is consuming most of my time right now and it's eating all of my brain power so by the time I get home I am worn out. It's times like these that I am thankful for my 7 year project aka my hexagon charm quilt. Hand sewing just doesn't seem to require much brain power although I can tell when I start getting tired because my stitches get too tight or too lose depending on the day.
I still love this project and I know my hand sewing skills have improved since I started it for sure. I switched part way through to a ladder stitch which when I'm not sewing too tightly makes the stitches invisible. That's something I struggled with at first using a whip stitch several of my seams are visible. At one crazy moment I actually considered taking it apart and starting over but I've decided just to keep going. I think it's good practice and all quilts need some humility in them, right?
Be sure to head over to Lee's this week and see what everyone else is up to.