Two A.D.D. Quilters Means No Focus

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  1. Gina says:

    THis is why I always have a few different crafts on the go so when I get bored of quilting, yes it does happen, I can switch to cross stitch or knitting. I do this until I get the urge to quilt again xxx

  2. Roseanne, Oh NO!!! The dreaded quilters boredom. Sometimes we push ourselves so hard that we don’t realize how hard we have worked and how exhausted it has made us. Thankfully the dreaded boredom doesn’t last long. You have a huge array of beautiful projects waiting for your attention. They will wait for you to return. 😊

  3. quiltinggail says:

    I get it! I’m tired of working (quilting) on the same quilt and doing the SAME quilting the next day, and again on the next … Have fun starting something new (and remember for your PHD, it has to be completed this year! 🙂 ) And remember … we quilt for fun and therapy … not for boredom! 🙂

  4. Kathryn says:

    Loving the jigsaw quilt. I’d just close up the sewing room and go do something entirely different.

  5. chrisknits says:

    Just make something new and fun! Nothing big or fancy, just something creative. I plan to do a mini with an umbrella and quilt in rain showers. Just need to find an umbrella block.

  6. Shannon Fleming says:

    Sounds like you need a vacation! How bout you take a day to do something besides quilting? I know that really helps me when I get to feeling like I don’t want to sew.

  7. You mean you don’t have Quilters ADD all the time?

  8. Vicki in MN says:

    Maybe you should give yourself permission to do one new ‘small’ thing as a bribe and then finish an old thing or 2. Might just help with the boredom. I agree with Ellen-how about just doing a simple stipple and just let the blocks and fabric shine. I think it is cabin fever-I was at that point last week, tired of things and slowed down and this week I am feeling more energy, even with all the new white stuff on the ground 7-8″ of it.

  9. Oh, I’m so with you on the bored with current projects theme. I did finish my Postcard top yesterday. Phew. I have a few tops I’d be happy to exchange, since I’m pretty sure I may not ever finish them. Except then you’d see my quirky work on them (they are oldies). Haha.

  10. Ellen Ison says:

    Hi girls! I just wanted to give you a pointer referring to the merry christmas quilt. Take buttons and any other embellishments off before quilting. Those types of things should always be added when everything else is done.😉

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