While on vacation, I picked up a pretty, throw-size quilt kit @ Quilter’s Way for about $30.00. The shop had marked down various unsold kits and offered an extra discount on sale items that day. Staff had modified the “Just Can’t Cut It” pattern that I already had at home for a 9″ block. The price was certainly right as I was looking for inexpensive, easy tops to make so I could practice free motion quilting. My thinking was I could either donate the finished quilt or give it away as a gift.
Well, I’m to the point where I can start assembling the quilt top. Tonight, I went on a mission to get all of the parts to the project together and put it in one of my ArtBin containers. I couldn’t find all of the pattern instructions. I turned my sewing room inside out looking for that instruction sheet.
To make a long story short, yes I eventually found the missing page. However, my sewing room looked like a war zone by the time I’d finished.
It took three hours to clean up the mess.
But it’s clean, everything is in its place and I am READY to sew tomorrow.