There is far too much procrastinating happening at my place and I do believe that it all belongs to me. I've been putting off writing this morning's post as I hardly have any progress to share with you.
So what is it that is holding me back. Each time I clear off the dining room table, where I do my sewing, I vow that I won't let it get so over burdened with supplies and unfinished projects. It always does, it's just a matter of time. I want to break that trend and keep it clear, just the project at hand. This time it took me a week to clear off, putting things away in a logical place, but in the end it all just got piled on the bed in the guest room. oops, no guest could even enter the room now let alone sleep on the bed.
Yes, there are new supplies for projects not yet begun that had to be stowed away, but the majority were projects in progress. That's where I need to focus this year. I must finish them or at least make an attempt. To facilitate that approach to 2017, I even stacked them in a somewhat doable order. The simplest being a stuffed cat that needs new stuffing. simple right, so how is it that it's been waiting so long for that to be done. arg. It's at the top of the pile. Once I put away the china that is sitting clean on the table, then I can fix that wee cat, no sewing machine required, and send it off to the nephew who adores cats. It will feel terrific to make one completion check mark. Then the sewing machine and stitching on that lovely blue quilt.
Step by step, I'll get back in the new groove (remember, I don't want to get back in that old messy unfinished one). I hope that you are having a more productive and enjoyable experience with your stitching in 2017.
Needlework Tuesday is a regular weekly
post where I share the progress of my various needlework projects over
the past week. I enjoy the encouragement that I receive from my readers
and in return visit their blogs and cheer them on with theirs. You are
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Tuesday post. Leave a comment with a link and I'll be sure to visit with
I hope that you are having fun and making progress on whatever project
is dear to your heart at this moment.
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