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Monday, October 17, 2011

Thank You All for Feeling My Pain....

It was so nice to receive so many comments on my stitching frustration in my last post! You all made me feel better and offered wonderful advice!  I am going to take the advice and put the piece aside for a week or two and then approach it with a fresh and renewed enthusiasm!  Looking at it now I think that I can make it work!  Thank you all so much for your help!

Blessings and Happy Stitching!

9 comments:

gracie said...

Sometimes the only thing to do it put it down.. I am sure you would be able to adjust the design....take a deep breath and pick it up another time....

Tricia said...

Oh, good for you! : ) I just did a quick stitch after a frustrating piece and now I can't wait to start another and another and another. Sometimes we just need our perspective adjusted! : )

Mouse said...

oh good oh :) let us know how you get one once you get back to it won't you :) take care :) love mouse xxxx

Margaret said...

Yes, yes, putting it down for a while is good!
i know you can work it out!

cucki said...

yup..good..just leave it for a while and then after sometime come back to it..i am sure you will sort it out soon..
hugs for you xxx

jayne@~an eye for threads~ said...

Just don't forget where you put it when you put it down! lol It will be waiting for you when you are ready and know that there are many of us who have to walk away from a piece from time to time.
Be always in stitches.

Catherine said...

Sounds like a good plan!

Always smiling said...

if you look at it long enough you will see a way to get around your mis-count.. and when it is finished not only will it not show but you will forget where you made that mistake.. go for it, you can do it!
Blessings

Chris x

Kathy Ellen said...

Oh dear, I can feel your pain, having done the same thing with my stitching. The pesky "froggy" has visited my stitching more than I care to say. I always feel better when I work on something else, to feel the satisfaction of a change, and soothe my frustrated emotions. After a while, I feel refreshed and ready to tackle the challenge of picking up that "frogged" piece to start anew.
Blessings to you, dear stitching friend:)