I am hoping you had a very restful and creative weekend and you and I are ready to reach 100 miles a minute on our Christmas projects.
The tittle to the post is an important one to me because I tend to work on a project until I feel I have attained what I had in mind for my “child”. Sometimes that means simple and practical and sometimes it means elaborate and over the top, it is just a frame of mind.
You know when a project is completed, no need to keep going, you will only unravel it later, which is a bad word 🙂
I usually visualized something I want to make and then choose the stitches and the colors and yarn, but many times my work evolves while I am working on it.
Sometimes I say to my “son” or “daughter” : You don’t look “right” something is off, then I unravel or change stitches and decide if it looks perfect, whatever that means to me at that precise moment 🙂
At that point I feel it is okay to proceed to next row, does that happens to you too? I know most of us think alike…
Look at this nut I found on google
isn’t it perfect looking? or these pears
Aren’t each one of these just perfect looking? I think they are, I wouldn’t change anything.
Remember when I had the Road Trip aka the Bruges Lace and Bullion Stitch CAL? and there were 4 circles we didn’t use because they couldn’t fit in the design? well what happened back then is that I had visualized one thing and then couldn’t bring it to life 🙂 I guess I need more practice..Practice makes Perfect, but I have good news: I am using those circles to revamp old christmas tree balls.
I want to go from to this
I have one almost finished, will hopefully present them tomorrow, well this is all for today Monday, I hope to see you soon… Enjoy Today!!! Work hard….