I have a lot of stuff around my house. I would love to be an organized person with regard to this stuff, but it's not happening. One day while thinking about putting it all away in closets and cupboards, I realized, that out of sight out of mind, I would never get back to finishing those items. Instead of finding a place to put them away to, why don't I finish them. Great idea. Now when I open a bag or container to see what it's hiding, I form a plan to finish it.
quilter Jen Houlden. She is a wonderful teacher and her class materials are detailed and most helpful. The three of us accomplished quite a bit in the class, but didn't get finished. We continued to work at them at home. My got pushed to the side, but my persisted and finished hers. She sent me a photo and said that she was going to show it at her local quilt show. Of course, I jumped in and volunteered to finish mine, so it could also be in the show. It would make a better presentation with two similar projects side by side.
A while back I promised you a photo of the finished body builder afghan that I designed and knit for a friend of my son. Well, they were thrilled with the results. I am hoping for a photo of the little guy with his blanket. It was a lot of fun to create this piece, though I am in no hurry to make another like it.
Stitch'in Time is a regular Monday post where I share my current needlework projects with my readers. I get so much encouragement from you all that it keeps my stitching even when I should be doing other things. Mister Linky is waiting below for a link to your current needlework project.