As a result, this certainly puts a halt to my hopes of making the Broken Dishes quilt with you all, in addition to any other(s) quilts in the immediate future that require machine work. Handwork however, is not an issue, something that I'm so thankful for because you all know my passion for handwork.
As a result, we'll be making some major changes to my sewing room. The down sizing has already begun...again. I've sold my Bernina 750QE which has gone to a good and 'local' home. I've also started purging my fabric stash and have either sold and/or given away a major portion. I've also found a buyer for all my books and patterns.
As you can see, my sewing, quilting and designing career is certainly taking on a new direction. This by no means that I will give it all up. Heck, no. It's only another blip on the proverbial radar.
Hopefully I'll have the desire to pick up my Brinton Hall quilt in the next little while, after the reality of my situation really has had a chance to sink in.
If you've read this far, thank you. I have no intention to give up and you'll still see me here on a very regular basis sharing both the good and the not so good.
You are all very special me...and those words come from the bottom of my heart.