According to the Belbin test I am an Implementer:
"Implementers have practical common sense and a good deal of self-control and discipline (not when it comes to fabric I do not!). They favour hard work (true - sadly) and tackle problems in a systematic fashion. They succeed because they are efficient (10 unfinished quilts demonstrate my efficiency?!) and because they have a sense of what is feasible and relevant".
I would like to develop a Quilter's role test where I will be the:
"Piecing Princess: head in the clouds, inclined to disregard pattern instructions and practical details of excellent quilt-making techniques! has imagination but engages it in inefficient and unorthodox ways. Her many ideas become counter-productive as she refuses to finish anything , a job which she sees as being below her highness status!"
Oh well, back to reality:
Ages ago I got two Swanky turnovers from the US and last night I could no longer help myself...oh...they are so pretty...if they were not fabric I would put them in a vase...and 2 pinwheels appeared!
I have sorted the pairs out and they are ready to be sewn together.
So many gorgeous things to make, so little time...
I also made a few more of my HSTs:
The lighting is not great on these as in finished them about 9pm and so I had to rely on artificial light.
The princess is off to bed soon where she will dream about starting a few more quilts despite the mounting unfinished ones....