Monday, August 11

TAST - Fly Stitch

I have been working on Jungle and planning work on an ATC and a postcard which I need to send out soon, so TAST - Fly Stitch this week got delayed.
No progress on the August TIF and I'm seriously considering participating in the Bead Journal Project (BJP) 2008.
I'm hoping involvement in all these various projects ( and I haven't listed everything, not even half) will make me more efficient,better at managing my time and somewhere along the way I'll learn to be able to say "No" to some things however exciting and fantastic they may be, but then again you don't always get a second chance so I think I'll have to improve my instincts to recognise a once in a life time opportunity and go ahead and take the plunge and simply follow my bliss.

8 comments:

tumbleweed said...

hello, I've just found your lovely blog and am adding it to my grazing list...
best wishes
India (the Tumbleweed)

EMBELLISHER said...

I'm honoured India.Your work with natural dyes is beautiful so I'm adding you to my list too.

MASALA CHAI said...

Hi there,

found you through Vineeta, loved your works. Very quaint .

EMBELLISHER said...

Thank-you Masala Chai.Masala Chai sure is addictive I'll need a fix everyday, thanks for throwing open windows to view so much interesting work being done in South Asia.

Pat said...

Sometimes we can be so enthused about something that we lose sight of things that need to BE.....you take care. Pat

EMBELLISHER said...

Ah Pat you certainly understand.

aneri_masi said...

Just found your blog, and totally love it! I love embroidery too..but am always at a loss about what to do with the things I make. What do you do with all your artwork?

EMBELLISHER said...

Hello Aneri (unusual names), thanks for stopping by.My scarves I sell at shows,the books which will be created from the TIF and TAST are the beginnings of a show I hope to have at some point. Will start an Etsy shop or some such I hope in the near future.

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