Yesterday I was so frustrated, but you guys put me right back on track! After I posted I went and caught up on a few blogs, to see what everyone else was doing. I should have realised I was also looking for inspiration! I was reading Kathy (StitchinKat's) goals, and noticed she'd started a Mill Hill Halloween ornie. And I recalled I had a lovely Mill Hill ornie in my stash. And I wanted to stitch it RIGHT THERE AND THEN. So I did.
By the time I went to bed, I just needed to stitch the outer border of beads, make the loop and tassels, and sew it together. Which I made mincemeat out of in front of 'something for the weekend' this morning.... so here is my latest finish:
Snowflake, Mill Hill Tiny Treasured Diamonds
I can't believe my mojo went on such a short trip...
While I was working on the diamond, I realised that I really hate beading on a frame, it's much easier in hand. I absolutely hate stitching large projects in hand, (too much spare fabric getting in the way) but I thought hey, maybe the beading would be easier if I ditched the frame. And it was. Even if the excess fabbie was irritating. So I did quite a bit of beading on waiting for ships tonight.
Hmm, did anyone say they were worried about a lost stitching mojo????