Slow motion

I had an amazing trip to Seattle to teach at Quiltworks and then spent an extra few days to hang out with friends. Honestly, it was the most fun trip I’ve had in quite a while. Slowing down to enjoy it made a huge difference for me. Much more to report on that whole adventure another day, including some cool photos.

Since I returned I’ve been stuck between two equally important tasks. Designing like a mad woman for the book and for future teaching projects, and making kits like a mad woman for my trip to the Great Lakes Beadworker’s Guild in Detroit in May, and the extravaganza of the Bead & Button Show that I have to leave for a mere week after I return from Detroit. For the moment, making kits has won out – a decision that has left my mother nervous about the lack of designing it seems. So I’m happy to report to her that I finally feel the mental shift coming on and I think I’ll be switching to beadwork for a few days. I simply can’t face one more Kumihimo with Beads kit at the moment. In the empty mental space that kitting provides, I’ve designed several new projects and worked out a sticky solution to a beading problem that’s been plaguing me.

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  1. I’m with mom keep designing. You always have great ideas. Happy Easter! LISA from Maryland

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