A Secret Finish

  • Posted on August 12, 2011 at 10:00 pm

It’s official, I have a finish to report! Except I’m not allowed to show it to you. 😛 It’s my custom piece for Anna‘s stitching challenge. I’m quite pleased with how it turned out and it’s coming to have much more significance for me than I had ever dreamed. I might actually be ready to talk about that part by the time I’m allowed to show off the piece. Now to decide whether or not to have it framed before the September 15th entry deadline. I might have to take a run to Michaels this weekend and see if something jumps out at me. I need to get out of the house more often anyway.

Besides that, I am quite embarrassed to report that I have already failed at my restarted 10 project challenge. I didn’t last very long, did I? I blame it all on Just Nan’s fall collection, with all of the limited edition items. I guess I’ll try again next month? 😆

Since I finished my challenge piece tonight, I have picked up another WIP that was a travel project for a while. I am hoping that I might actually finish it by the end of the weekend, if I don’t find something better to do, like go to a museum or something. This ties into the aforementioned trying to get out of the house more often. I am especially guilty of isolating myself on the weekends while I try to recover from the work week and my goodness I am getting to be SO boring!

Let’s see, what else was I going to say? Hmm… Nope, lost it. I’ll post again if/when I remember.

Have a great weekend!

1 Comment on A Secret Finish

  1. Anne S says:

    I’m really guilty of that too my twin – I barely move off my fat hiney all weekend and sit superglued to the TV and my stitching chair/bed (and for the same reasons as you too!. The crazy thing is that once you get out and about and start experiencing life once more you seem more refreshed than you would have sitting around at home anyway … but why is it so hard to push yourself off that couch in the first place? Can’t wait to see your latest finish!! 😀

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