A T-shirt Quilt

I have to get better at saying no. I find it a real struggle. I end up getting myself in stressful situations because of it. I always have too many charity quilts to finish, too many client projects to finish and too many quilt groups that take up time and energy. Quilt groups are supposed to be fun. And they would be if I wasn't saying yes to so many other quilt projects. But I'm working on it.

I started scheduling client quilts. I do just one per month. If someone asks, I let them know the first available month and they get to decide whether they want to wait or ask someone else. Surprisingly they usually wait. So I am booked until February. 

With that said, here is my client quilt I finished for the month of October. It's a t-shirt quilt for one of my co-worker's nieces. She did a beautiful job of piecing the quilt and I love the way she laid out the blocks. 

I quilted it using a modern all-over quilting design.  

With a little extra time on my hands I thought I would do some decorating for halloween. 

My husband built me the most awesome pallet bar this summer so I couldn't resist putting Sally behind the bar. Ha! I'm already feeling some of the stress I've been feeling disappear.

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