July 5, 2011

So Stalled..

I have really got into a rut and not stitching much. I decided it is definitely time to get into a rotation to get myself moving. So, here is a picture of Morning Fae as of now, not a lot of progress
My rotation will include:
Pirate Queen by Dark Side of the Moon
Spring Fairy by Joan Elliott (thank you secret sister)
Fancy Fairy by Joan Elliott
Pansy by Nora Corbett
Rose Goddess by Joan Elliott
Sweet Pea by Nora Corbet
September Sapphire Fairy
Eclipse by Fire Wing Designs
Bluebell by Nora Corbett
Inspiration by Rosewood Manor (1/3 to 1/2 done)

Now to figure out how long on each, I am going to do Mornng Fae, then another, then back to Morning Fae, then another..etc.  Hopefully that will work.


Kathy A. said...

Oh Terri - I so understand a stall. I get like that sometimes. I don't want to work on any of the pieces I have and really have to push myself. I find sometimes working a couple of small pieces gets me back on track. When I did follow a rotation I worked 3-4 days on each one so that I could see some progress before I moved on. Maybe that would help.

Andie said...

Another idea is a timed rotation, 5 or 10 hours on a piece then swap :D I think having a focus piece is a good idea and if you are dreading stitching on it then you can even stitch a lesser amount of time on it than your other pieces since you will stitch on it every other time. I love all the pieces for your rotation, looking forward to seeing what you decide on :D

Christina said...

Sorry you are at a stand still. I hope the rotation will inspire you.

Vonna said...

Get that needle going girl!!!