Monday, 3 March 2014

Here kit kit

So, making kits may not be the most fun part of teaching classes, but it is a most important step in teaching some of them. Whenever we will be using less than traditional quilting supplies, experience have taught me that supplying kits is of the essence. This way everyone will have what they need, and we will not spend our valuable time on too little or too much supplies. You may have heard this before, it's a pet peeve of mine which surfaces every time kit time comes around. I just need to keep reminding myself why I do this.

Today I’m feeling quite fed up with this particular part of my upcoming assignments, and thank goodness I’m done for now. The demolition process of our house is creeping up on me, and as we have to vacate our home and everything will be a mess for a while, I had to prepare everything early. After the Nordic quilt meeting in May was cancelled, it did ease up my kit workload although I had really been looking forward to it (meeting, not the kits). Every cloud has a silver lining, right.

Now I’ve got little pieces of colourful, fuzzy Playing with yarn yarn clinging to my clothes, but never mind, they are done. Hah!

Added: Ah, I just noticed this was my 1000th post. Wow.


  1. As a student I would agree that kits are essential !!
    Congratulations on your 1000th post!!

  2. Congrats on 1000 posts. I, too, will be up to my eyeballs in paper making kits for my classes in Texas in November....good luck packing everything up for the upcoming move/remodel. xox

  3. Wow is right! 1,000 that is significant. Congratulations!
    Sorry about your demolition. I must have missed one of those 1,000. Why is demolition needed? Are you getting a new kitchen?

  4. Congrats on 1000 posts Nina Lise!! The kit ingredients look gorgeous!

  5. 1000 posts of superb creativity! I look forward to the next 1000 too.