A few weeks ago, my friend Joyze at Random Ramblings posed the question "Are you a project rotator or a one project at a time stitcher?". If you haven't read her blog, I highly recommend you stop on by. She is an amazing stitcher and really really funny.
Well, I have been thinking about that question for a couple of weeks. I always thought I was a rotator, BUT I realized I am a one at a time kind of girl. I get stress out just knowing I have an unfinished stitch. This doesn't count my UFO's. I have a few, but I realized they are all on the sidelines because I couldn't see well when I started them. I was also new at stitching. I picked one of them up to take a look at how much was left to do and I need to frog quite a bit. It turns out I wasn't aware that all the stitches should be facing the same direction.
Back to the subject...... I bring this up because I haven't posted in a while. My dilemma is that I have only been working on the Stoney Creek Anaconda. I figured you guys would be bored with just looking at updates for the same stitch over and over again. I have been able to put in a few stitches every day, so I have progress, but I really don't know what I should do. I would appreciate feed back.
On a higher note, I finally got my DH to cut the mounting boards for my Lizzy Kate flat fold. My Mother will be coming over for dinner tonight, so I am going to ask her to help be glue up that baby. I am really stoked. mainly because of that stress I typed about earlier. Having it unfinished really really bothers me. I am also almost done with the second one. I put it down so I could work on the Anaconda, but, I may make that my travel project. That wouldn't bother me so much because I know I can't work on the other in the car (when my DH drives ;). Well folks, I am not sure I made sense today, but that is what was on my mind.
Before I go, I also want to say thank you to all of you who gave me the great advise on the terrible two's. It helped knowing how he sees the situation. We are getting along much better now. He even gave me a big hug and a kiss last night after his bath (which he loves).