Thursday, August 13, 2015

Coming Back to Embroidery

   It's been awhile since my last posting. It would seem that my interest in continuing to keep up with this blog went to the wayside. Yet recently I've begun to rethink about getting back into the swing of things, if just for another creative outlet.

   So here we go. Let blogging commence.
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   Every couple of times a year I get this urge to pick up the needle and thread and embroider something all over again. Typically this begins with such zealous pursuit and I can't wait to get started. However by mid design this excitement often turns into dread, then regret and once completed a total vowel to never embroider again. Obviously I've broken this vowel many of times and somehow I've found myself once again picking up the tempting colors of thread and fancy needles to embark on another potentially dangerous and frustrating project. And I can't wait! Haha!

   But I'm going to wait until there's some progress with this new design before I show you guys. It wouldn't be so interesting displaying a blah piece of fabric.


10 comments:

Elizabeth J. Neal said...

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Kevin Nguyen said...

So great post !

Jackson said...

The embroidery is so beautiful. I really love it. I don't know How to Choose the Right Embroidery Machine so pleas tell me about it

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