I'm still zipping along with my fifteen minutes of sewing a day, feeding my machine whatever I can find to feed its ravenous appetite. What else can I sew?
I've found that I can't spend too much time thinking about what to sew, because that seriously cuts down on the fifteen minutes. Just do it. Don't think about it.
I have a big list of things I can work on, but the circles have taken priority at the moment. I blame Cynthia. She said, ' I can't wait to see all of your "circles" together.' Well, Cynthia, I can't either! I originally kept joining the circles together so they stayed in order and didn't get lost. Then I found a box to keep them in, so I didn't worry about them getting lost And I broke the rule about them having to be in chronological order. Then I found that with different size blocks, I had to add the rows in a certain way so it would fit. So that took away all the incentives to sew the pieces together as I went along.
Then there were some odd shaped pieces that required some thinking about proper sizes and where to put adjusting pieces, etc. And then I needed a certain number of pieces sewn together, and I didn't have that number. Rather than unseam something, I figured I would just add more. This paragraph is really why they weren't put together yet.
Well, with the hungry machine, and the just-do-it attitude, I started zipping along and joined the rows. This is actually a good thing, because that is how the first few rows were put together. And because it saves my poor tired brain. I was able to add two rows to the original piece.
There is an obvious blue adjusting piece on the left, because apparently, I did not follow my original plan that my tired brain had gone through the trouble to figure out, but it works out. I think I had made some blocks smaller to accommodate the applique piece which I didn't add here. I'm going to put tiny dots on that adjusting piece, and no one will know it is an adjusting piece. I have some blocks left over that will go into the next row(s).