|I saw a lot of peacocks this weekend.|
This fellow followed me and shook his feathers at me
|As I walked away,|
he then started to follow me.
What do I do when my project is not going well? Do I stay with it? Do I work through the problems.
No silly me, I start a bunch of other projects.
My new motto: When a project goes horribly awry, just start something else!! And ignore any UFOs that are formed.
My current list:
|Then he opened up and|
shook his feathers at me again!
1. The 1940’s skirt; I am baffled on how to fix and therefore paralyzed. Blech. I swear I have not yet given up.
2. Started a summer sundress that has had problems from the cutting out stage. My fault but still it is aggravating. Seriously, I tend to think this dress is cursed.
|A little later, I ran into this fellow|
showing off his backside. Just in case you
wondered what the backside of a
peacock looks like.
3. Gala outfit. Traced off the bodice pattern that I need to adapt to muslin. But then started having nightmares about the project so moved on. Will have to buckle down…at some point…since I need it in July.
|But then he turned around to show off his|
4. Steampunk skirt: Decided on a pattern but have not yet traced off the pattern because I am now overwhelmed by what I have on my agenda.
|Another hiding behind the fountain|
I mentioned the nightmares didn’t I? Yup there it is in item 3. The nightmare I am having is that I only have 24 hours to complete the project.
Peacocks in lieu of actual sewing pictures. Prettier too!