For the YOTA challenge hosted by Pull the Other Thread, I have been stitching on my UFO “Home Sweet Home” by La-D-Da.
This was my progress when I pulled it out of hiding in mid-January:
When it is finished, it will hopefully look something similar to this:
And, drum roll please, this is my progress to date:
Not as much as I would have hoped considering the amount of hours I have put into it in the few weeks.
Once I started stitching on it, I remembered why I put it down. I am having problems with the vines. I don’t like how they are spaced. There are some that are all bunched up together and then there are random blank spaces. I don’t like it at all. And I can’t just stitch them as the pattern calls for because it will drive me absolutely bonkers staring at it on the wall knowing that the vines are not evenly spaced.
So, what am I having to do? Alter the pattern. As I stitch, I am having to figure out which spots have too many vines and then trying to figure out which ones I can remove to make it look better. And it is taking FOREVER.
In order to not drive myself too crazy, I think I am now going to switch to my other YOTA project I dug out of the bucket of cross stitch stuff. It is “The Legend of the Dogwood Tree” by Praying Hands. I will stitch on TLOTDT until the next YOTA post in March.