I'm dropping in this morning with a quick update on Monet:
I know...I'm feeling pretty underwhelmed about it myself.. but, I keep reminding myself of what an amazing piece it will be when it is finished, in the year 2079.
I've hit that dangerous point of not looking forward to stitching on it. And we all know what that means - the tragic death of a WIP. In reading so many of your stories about how to stay motivated on a tough project, I've decided that 'mandatory' stitching time could possibly get me through this confetti part to the section that you can actually recognize the Parliament building.
So, no more Downton Abbey or Sherlock marathons for me. :-(
It's time to dive into this badboy, head-first.
Til next time, keep your needles sharp and your stitches straight!
Irish/German Virgo married to Irish Cancer; three grown step-sons; stitchaholic/ flosstitute; avid shutterbug; seriously superstitious, Saved by Grace, addicted to holiday traditions and seeking professional help.
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