I believe I will start working in a one week rotation on my projects as well as packing one of them in my stitching bag for a traveling project. You know, the kind that you can take to friends easily. I bought a neat project bag at retreat. I love these mesh bags and now to have one with handles, how cool is that?
The Sheltering Tree, I need to concentrate on this one when I stitch but I love the silk threads I am using. I saw several of my fellow stitchers on Retreat doing this same project and love the difference colors some are using. Mine seems boring now.
My Sewing Box is a favorite that I haven't picked up enough which is ashame because Jeannette Douglas uses the best colors and softest flosses. Before I started this in January, it is a project that I wanted to undertake for years. I think I will be able to move fast once I put it on my scroll bars after I finish Heart of America and free up my scroll frame.
The Leaf - I am not liking. I think I used the wrong count fabric or too many threads. And I thought this would be a quickie but I am finding it tedious!
Jette Finlay-Roy - Whitework. This is a new technique for me. It is worked with pre-cut linen thread. A friend from class is suggesting to do one thread per day and I think I will try her approach times two and vow to stitch two threads a day.
And now for my new starts: Shakespeare's Peddler - Keys and Drawn Thread - Random Thoughts.
There was a little restraint shown - I bought the Keys last fall at retreat. This will be a quick stitch and may become my carry along project.
Oh look, a project for every mood! If 2012 is the year to complete WIP's, 2013 will be the year of finishing!