days 1-6 seemed to be pretty okay... but it wasn't easy to make it to day 13.
to be honest, this week i wasn't really feeling it. at all. you'll noticed i didn't get it done on friday. or on sunday. and i almost let it not happen a few more times.
i was ready to be a quitter. it wasn't really fun anymore, and it started to feel more like a chore than anything else. which is exactly how i get when it comes to going to the gym sometimes (hence why i haven't done that in a week or so. oops.)
on monday of this week, i decided to get it together, make all my quilt sandwiches for the remainder of the time and just do it so i didn't feel any regrets.
so i made my sandwiches, and then on monday just decided to try something new. i decided to meander and stitch some flowers, and i got a good laugh out of myself. i could at least feel myself being entertained by the flowers (or lack thereof in some cases) and i was starting to enjoy it again. no more frustrating stipple practice nonsense. no more doing just what i had seen done in class. just doodling and stitching. and entertaining myself with some very squashed flowers.
looping each flower petal instead of doing a figure 8 is easier (at least for me)
don't do something if you're not in the mood (see 1/25... i only stitched that day just because i felt like it had to be done. not because i wanted to fmq)
aaaaaand... i'm over halfway done!
if i keep to a daily pace from here on out, you'll see another post next thursday or friday just days before my next fmq class on the 11th.
here's to another hopeful week of fmq-ing.
but also one more week until i feel like i can get back to block piecing :)