Oh course I was fine and I then got a job as a cadet photographer.
I later changed my direction and transferred to a Degree in Social Work, which again was great - I Studied hard worked hard and loved my student placements. When I got my first real job in social work which I loved and had been striving for my whole degree - The feelings popped up again "what will I do when they find out I don't know what I'm talking about" etc etc.
I was thinking all this through as I was ironing my quilt top - I was laughing at how I still don't consider myself a quilter and when asked if I'm a quilter I respond with "oh not really". I also tell people I cant sew - go figure?
Anyway my point of all this Impostor talk and how it started was actually this Quilt.
It's in the shape of a Union Jack - but it's not a Union Jack, as I was ironing my quilt that I designed/Cut and had Sewn together I though of all the people I know and what they have accomplished - Not many of them would recognise there own abilities. Funny really..........
So it appears I am a Quilter and I can sew :)
Here are all my recent Union Jack Impostors
|*note the spotty dog|
This one I finished today, I'm calling it my Convict Union Jack - It has the last bit of my text fabric I designed and printed and then mixed in with some linen and white. It's king size and has a nice big overhang.
|*and also the spotty Miss 4yr|
|That's it from me Xx|