...and having some trouble getting it to work. I had so much coming due in April, needing to keep razor-sharp focus on meeting those exhibit commitments, not much time for thinking beyond that. Feast or famine, that seems to be my working schedule, make the big push and then flounder a bit as I regroup for the next big push. Well, the next deadline isn't until mid-June and it only requires that I successfully complete Masks, so I guess it's ok to slide for a bit. Besides, the weather got unexpectedly good, and you all know how hard it is to work inside when sun and warmth beckons.
Tomorrow I'm going to give the reset button another go. I've got new fabric in need of processing, paperwork to catch up on from the last batch of quilts I finished, and general straightening of the studio to attend to. These little tasks are a bit of a reset in themselves, and I'm sure that in doing them, I'll remember what it was I thought I'd work on next. If not, I'll just turn my focus razor-sharp on Masks. I've already replenished my supply of Oliver Twist threads I've been using on it - getting scarily close to running out of one or two. That's what's in that package in the pic above. I've not ordered from International Fabric Collection before, but they had the colors I needed at an excellent price with reasonable shipping. You gotta love the extra care of packaging - it just made my day!