I’m not sure if this is the first time it has happened to me, but I’m noticing it a lot now. I’m stitching Mary Gibson, who has been UFO for a couple of years. My last memory of her was that the border was attracting lots of frogs. Knock on wood; it seems to be flowing along effortlessly. I say Yayyy! Maybe she will stay a WIP until she’s finished after all. Mary has nine charted pages, and here she is as of today; seven pages done. She’s bigger than I expected on 40ct – about 14x16.
Many of us have talked about working on our WIPs this year. I’m curious: when does a WIP (work in progress) turn into a UFO (unfinished object) in your opinion? And what are the reasons yours become UFOs? I usually get distracted by something else – holiday stitching or something new that has my love!
Some are posting lots of great and wonderful 2013 finishes. My mind asks why I don’t have any finishes… part of my plan for 2013 is to enjoy stitching without pressure or obligation – kind of like the Blogging without Obligation.
I do intend to get some of those stitched items finished along with others on Stitched: Now to Finish. Here’s my first of the year – Joy by Blackbird Designs.
I am the very lucky winner of a mini-fabric sampling giveaway by Kathy Schmitz. Aren’t the colors great? Just my style! You can see a little video of Kathy’s creative process on her site. Thanks for sharing, Kathy!
Thanks for stopping by, today and always. I appreciate your thoughts and comments!
May 2013 be filled with Happy Stitching!