Friday, July 14, 2017

I Can't Stop!

Since starting the embellishing, I've had a hard time putting this project down!  I stitch on it before work, during my lunch hour, and after work until past what should be my bedtime.  Maybe this weekend I will put it aside and work on something else for awhile.





Do you have projects that you just can't stop working on?

13 comments:

  1. That's exciting, I can see there's so many possibilities. Great embellishing Pamela.

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  2. Lol you have the crazy patchwork bug,its looking lovely Pamela,i can see why you keep working on it,its beautiful xx

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  3. Soooo beautiful ! I can understand why you can't leave it : the more you work on it, the more it's getting gorgeous. Congratulations, Pam !

    As to me, I'm busy embroidering on a patchworked wallhanging. I made the top looong ago, and it suddenly appealed to finish it properly... Now, the more I embroider, the more I find Something to add! It's like an endless story LOL
    (I'll soon be posting about it)

    In stitches,
    NADINE

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  4. Great embellisching, Pamela.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  5. It's looking lovely Pamela. xx

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  6. I generally get excited by whatever project I am currently working on. Love your work.

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  7. Lovely decorative stitching :)

    Hmm....I love cross stitching, wish I could work on it all the time, but real life invades. Lol

    Have a great weekend!!

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  8. Gorgeous work Pamela, so pretty. I once embellished a brown and pink quilt top, just couldn´t stop for weeks, then all of a sudden I realized how big the thing was and stopped. I chopped it up a year later and made cushion covers for my daughter.

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  9. It's exciting to see your work progressing, Pamela!

    Every new project is exciting at the time of starting, unfortunately if I get to a tricky decision it usually disappears into my "Dreaded Cupboard"!

    Have a lovely weekend!

    Barbara x

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  10. This is the kind of crazy quilt I love. What I call vintage...not Romantic with all the frau frau laces etc.
    xx, CArol

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  11. The rewarding thing with crazy quilting is that the seams are short. You can finish a seam quickly and move to another before you get bored. You can add new stitch combinations until you are satisfied. That makes this kind of stitching 'non-stoppable'.
    Yes, I have had several 'I'll just stitch a bit more' projects.

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  12. We know how you love your embellishing, and it looks great! I get that 'can't put down' feelings with projects sometimes, and usually it's not what I *should* be working on...

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  13. Seems to be a lot of fun to add all these embellishments.

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