I'm kind of blown away looking at all the posts on the CJC and what everyone is stitching. Amazing variety. And some of you are very fast stitchers!
I'm glad I got off to a good start while in NH visiting. And I knew I would bog down as soon as I got home.
I did not start stitching on yesterday's piece until last night at 9:17. But I started today's piece this morning at 7:45.
I'm learning things about my stitching habits by participating with this challenge.
Number one thing I have learned is that I waste far too much time on the computer!!! Mostly doing nothing.
Which inspires me to publicly state a goal for 2011 - cut back on unnecessary computer use.
I'll make better use of my time by stitching.
Photos will be here later. I'm off to shoot some now. Edit: photos here now!
Pictured above - Day IV - A Sampler Girl freebie that I'm stitching with Ginnie Thompson Flower Thread. Here's a tip: if you only have time to stitch one thread or less, make certain you stitch something that will be recognizable to you later! This is the beginning of a ship. I'll know where I am.
Day V - Go Fly a Kite started. I was trying to stitch the outline, but somehow my count is off. Figures. So I started the interior of the kite. This is on Lime Zest with DMC floss.
Below: How far I got on Day III. I stitched on the bus to Logan, but read my Nook on the plane home. I really want to continue stitching on this one! It's not fair.