I’ve been working on a new stitching project. It’s a cross stitch miniature and it’s very different from anything I’ve stitched so far.
Because I am stressing about getting a job, I couldn’t get in the right mood to work on the needlepoint projects that I’ve started last year. There are a bit tedious and you need to stitch for a couple of days so you can see some results. This is the result of a month stitching (5-6 hours a day).
While I do love needlepoint more than cross stitch, it’s always good to have a break from it from time to time.
I’m not sure what I will do with the end result of my new stitching project. I think I will browse around and see what others are doing with their miniatures. After all, I’m just a newbie when it comes to adding the finishing touches to needlepoint/cross stitch projects. The best I did so far was to frame 2 of my needlepoint work.
The rest of my projects just sit in a folder (so they won’t get dirty). While needlepoint can be framed and look stunning on the wall, with cross stitch it’s a bit different. I doubt I will find a suitable place for it. So best to make something practical out of it.
Hopefully I shall finish it by the end of the week and have another thing to brag about. Yes, I am a proud stitcher even if I can’t compare with some people out there.