Friday, May 28, 2010

Four Pages Completed

4 pages of 16 completed.
I don't know whether to continue with this, or change to another WIP.
It just seems like I have so much to do on this, and maybe I could finish something else.
But does it really matter in which project you put the stitches, as long as you don't start anything new???

4 comments:

Viooltje (Violet) said...

I'm a silent admirer of your enormous progress (all the time)!

(I wish I could do that!)
:o)

btw, (because you asked) you've Mr.Bennet's "permission" *Ü* to start any new or old project that you want, because he says stitching is all about the fun in the journey.
Did you know he visited Mr. Escher's work IRL and has lot's of books about him in his library?
;o)

I'm starting a new/old (huge) project at the moment too... (ssst, it's a puzzle at the moment) and I often love to make my own (little) changes too.
:o)

Anonymous said...

Violet,
Thank you for your nice comments.

Your blogs are very interesting, and I have several of the same projects you are stitching on my TO DO list.

I have a signed Dear Jane book from when she visited my local quilt guild, and I'm very impressed by your progress on your Jane.

I would have loved to have seen Mr. Eschers works IRL. I'm sure I will never have the opportunity for that to happen.

My Handworke said...

Speedy stitcher at it again, love this one too.

Viooltje (Violet) said...

pssst, I "only" have signed e-mails from BP (saved them from long time ago)...
(...and 2 DJ books! One cut apart for the patterns, and one neatly in Mr. B's library)
I'm very slow with my DJ though.
I'm more stitching now...
;o)

... and you have so many work already stitched (!) that are in my stash...
... or on my wishlist!
LOL


ps
There must be museums with Escher's work you could visit?
I hope...
I went to 3 exhibitions of his work, but I live near "the source".
:o)