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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

I Have No Clue Why

But it's working!

I'm going to try one more project before I say that this rotation is a success, but - LOOK AT WHAT I DIIIIDDDD!!!




March Snapper Block - done.  In two days.  AND the border around it!

O_O

(By the way - I love that chicken weather vane, but is it just me, or does that hen look a wee bit evil?)

And I didn't stop there - part of my new rotation is not stopping at a stitching 'milestone' like I always have before.

This is where I wrapped up before I went to bed on the ninth:



The little bit of January's border that I hadn't stitched is done, and April's block is started.  One word of two, one of five big raindrops and four of eleven little ones.  So much fun!  There's a big ol' blue umbrella to stitch in this one, and I'm looking forward to it!

So, this one is put away for a little while, and today starts the next project in the new rotation.  I have no idea what it's going to be yet.  I'll pick when I get home from work!

20 comments:

  1. Great job! I'm glad you seem to have found something that works for you. I don't think I could work on more than one or two charts at the same time. I worked on one since April and just finished! It is a great feeling to see big chunks of projects coming together! :)

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    1. I used to be a one-at-a-time stitcher, but I would get bored and not stitch for months. I hated that. Rotations just work better for me even though it's a lot slower. Stitching ADD, lol!

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  2. Love the look of this project, Tama! :D

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  3. Awesome! Congrats on surpassing your expectations and I love the look of this. The weather vane does seem to have a glint in it's eye, maybe because it's a black chicken?

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    1. It could be - I like it, even though it looks like it's glaring :D

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  4. The first thing I thought when I saw that chicken was "cool! satan chicken!", but wow! Congrats on such a quick finish!

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    1. Lol - I will think 'Satan Chicken!' every time I see her now XD XD XD

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  5. Loving it!!!!! Will April's word rhyme with snows, glows and blows?

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    1. Nope, the next three have a different rhyme. April Glooms - I don't remember the others! Now I must go look, haha!

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  6. Awesome! Go speed stitcher! Glad the new rotation is working.

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  7. Awesome project! Glad your new rotation is working out, I'll be curious to hear what your method is :-)

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    1. There's not much to it, which is probably why it's working XD

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  8. Glad your rotation is working for you! I agree that the chicken looks a bit evil though - but it's a lovely design.

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    1. My brother said 'What do you expect, it's a chicken? Chickens are just evil.'

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  9. Great progress! It's looking beautiful, leave the chicken alone, haha, she looks peaceful, okay, a bit snobbish maybe, lol.

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    1. Maybe the wind blowing in her face is making her irritable, lol!

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  10. Wonderful progress Tama. I really do need to start this one now. Looking forward to reading about your rotation.

    Linda

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    1. Yay, start it! If it won't bug you to have another WIP, of course! Are you planning to do them in a long line or separately or something else?

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