It’s been a long time…

…and it seems even longer. I’ve had company (hi Janet and Mom!), had my yearly battle with a spring cold and have done little to no stitching. It seems my heart just isn’t in it and I know part of the problem is I have so much stash it is simply difficult to choose what to work on to even make a dent.

I have decided to set a goal that is different from any others. I want to sell about 90% of my kits, WIP’s, fabrics, threads and leaflets. If you have an interest, please check the stash for sale page. I will start adding new things tomorrow (Wednesday, April 23rd).

Perhaps doing this will help me focus my energies on the projects I truly love and will make me eager to pick up a needle again. I sure hope so.

For now, thank you all for your kind comments and for stopping by to read.



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  • Heather  On April 28, 2008 at 3:32 pm

    I understand the pressure of that unstitched stash! Good luck with your purge…I’d help you out, but I also need more stash like I need excess cranial ventilation (another hole in my head)!!

  • Elisabeth  On May 2, 2008 at 5:52 am

    I’m not exactly on a roll with stitching these days either. Much as I still love it, seems I only do it when something is needed, so to speak. Suppose we all go through phases like that.

    DH was watching an on-line documentary about how having too much choice can lead to a kind of paralysis. Perhaps that’s what you’re experiencing right now? Maybe you could sort through your stash, sell your SINS on e-bay and then decide on what you want to accomplish this year from what’s left?

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