Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Release

What unfinished projects from 2014 are you willing to release now? (Regret not required.)


I'm not a quitter! If I started a project I will finish it sooner or later. Sometimes much later...  I wanted to loose thirty pounds or so, I lost three - I can let it go for now and start all over next year. There, that's a release. I was very angry and disappointed back in June -  now I can let these feelings go away forever. If we are talking about my stitching projects - that's a different story - I'm not willing to let them go but I will finish them and release them as 'finishes'. You know, just like an author releases his new book or a musician his new album. Let's see what I can release this year...

A while ago (well, a long while ago in January 2011) I started a 'Love' ornament. This is where I left if off
and this how it looks now. I stitched like there will be no tomorrow and I'm almost done! Just one more evening (or maybe two)
 Same goes for Jingle, I'm almost done. So after all, it looks like I can have both pieces finished for Christmas.

Do you have anything to release this year? Please share with me.

So long my friends,
Evalina

19 comments:

  1. Love what you are stitching, at the moment I am working on 10 UFOs stitching on them one per week .

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  2. Your ornament is so pretty. Those smalls sure do take time to stitch:) love Annette

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  3. Beautiful ornament. I have a lot of UFO. But I like them all. And some day I will finished all.

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  4. I remember those ornaments. Your has stitched up beautifully. No releases for me this year. Fingers crossed for next year:)

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  5. Beautiful work!
    I think it's worth paying attention to the fact that you truly finish the work that you love. Is any of the other stuff that important?

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  6. It looks very lovely!! Congrats on the finish!

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  7. BEAUTIFUL CREATION. BE PROUD.

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  8. Very nice piece!
    As for me, I am back to stitching after a 5 year absence, and I'm trying to be realistic on what I might want to give up on, but I started them all for a reason, so I don't think I'll let go of any :)

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  9. Oh my, it's nearly done, this lovely piece. Such a sweet little cardinal.
    I only have one piece that should be released. One day, maybe. At the moment I don't feel drawn towards it, lol.

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  10. Good for you for continuing to work on this one--it really is a lovely piece!

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  11. I am the Queen of holding in, but I kind of like it that way...when I do "release" it's kind of scary and people tend to never look at me the same way again. But I hope to release my Princess and the Pea piece by the end of the month!

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  12. I have a few house projects that didn't get done this year. I'll just see what happens next year. :D

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  13. Visiting through Reverb - I have many creative projects that I'm not yet willing to release, but some other mental things that could use some releasing right about now. Thanks for sharing the completion of your creative projects here - I'm sure when assembled, the LOVE ornament will be lovely =)

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  14. I have everything to release Evalina. lol What a beautiful design and so close to a finish. Who is the designer?

    Linda

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  15. Beautiful work Evalina - and I love that you finish what makes your heart happy, no matter what the time frame might be.

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  16. Your Love ornament looks amazing, definitely worth finishing.

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  17. Magnifique la broderie bonne journée Marie-Claire

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