There has been very little stitching going on in the last month what with college applications and interviews, archery, school stuff (both mine at work and the kids). In fact, the only thing that I have worked on is Honeysuckle Courtyard. I am doing this for my soon-to-be-ex-husband's parents for their 50th wedding anninversary.
Note the cute little needleminder that Justine sent me recently. I've never had one before and am loving it! So is my daughter actually, she doesn't keep getting stabbed by me needles in the arm of the sofa now!!
The topic this month is 'How do you overcome the feeling that you are in a rut with a particular project?' Well, I hate to say it, but if you know me you will know the answer to this already! I tend not to. I tend to move onto a new project although I always intend to go back to it eventually. My worst habit is not unpicking mistakes straight away which always makes it harder to go back to it. I did try stitching a length or two of threads in 'unloved' projects once, but it didn't work for long! I am looking forward to hearing the answers to this question for a bit of inspiration!