Thursday, February 14, 2008

ES and SBQ of the Week

It is sad to say but I have hardly stitched at all this week. Partly because I have been busy but mainly because I am bored of my 2 WIP's (Topaz & Egyptian) right now! The answer to the problem for me is to start a new project. However, that is where my dilemma starts....what do I start on?!

Here is my progress on Egyptian Sampler for this week.

This week's SBQ was suggested by Loretta and is:

Do you have any projects that you have scrapped and started over? What made you start over from scratch?

I can think of 2 pieces I have started over from the beginning. One is Woodland Fairie by TW and the other is Geisha by Nanci Rossi. I actually started Woodland Fairie completely over 2 times before I finished her. The first time I instead of stitching 1/1 on her arm I stitched it 2/2. The second time I didn't have the pattern centered right and ended up cutting up the fabric I was so frustrated. Geisha I only started over once due to a kitty catastrophe.

Happy Valentine's Day to everyone!


BeckySC said...

Dawn, it looking wonderful! You are making great progress on this one!

Anonymous said...

I would start a little quickie project to take a break from ES and then you'll have fresh eyes for the big projects.

ES looks great!

Mylene said...

ES is looking great, Dawn.

I have so many on the go as i do get bored too, so i have enough to choose from, though mostly are quite small but not small enough to finish in one evening.

Carla said...

Great progress!!!
Happy Valentine's Day!

Lillie said...

Looking good. Try doing some smalls, it might help to refresh.
Have a good stitching weekend :D

Dani - tkdchick said...

Dawn ES is just great! The colours are wonderful!

Start soemthing small that way you don't get bogged down by another big project!

Cathy said...

I know you're bored with it, but your progress is impressive.

Sue said...

ES looks fabulous.
You started a TW over, TWICE?? Wow, you are dedicated ;)

Kate said...

ES is looking brilliant!

Maybe you should start a screaming rotation? That way you'll always have a range to stitch on and never get bored!