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Saturday, February 7, 2015

February YOTA SAL

Hi Blogger Friends.  It's Year of the Acronym time again.  This is where we pick a project and work on it during the month and post a before and after picture on the first Saturday.  It is being hosted by Pull the Other Thread.
I can't believe that I hadn't worked on this in two months.  It's kinda funny - I really have not wanted to work on this at all these last couple months.  I just pulled it out today and did the stitching under the green and blue map except for the pink and white.  It's like why haven't I worked on it as I really enjoyed it and didn't want to stop.  (I really need to figure out some sort of a rotation.)

Bothy Threads Cut-thru North Pole House

2-7-15

12-6-14

Thanks for looking.  Linda

19 comments:

Tama said...

This project is SOOOOO cute! I love all the Bothy cut-thrus and I love seeing your progress on them :D

Vickie said...

Great progress!! I used to do a rotation and switch projects every Sunday.

Justine said...

Stitch what you like, when you like! It's a hobby and it's meant to be fun. That said, it's a really cute design and it would be lovely to see it finished!

Lana said...

It's coming along!!! Looking good!

Brigitte said...

I love seeing this project a lot. It's also my experience that when I pick up a project that doesn't really attract my attention and stitch on it for a while I get into it again and don't want to put it down, lol.

Katie said...

I haven't worked on my Cut Thru in months either. There are just so many charts screaming for me to stitch on them. Your piece is gorgeous though.

Pull the other thread said...

Glad to see this one out and about again. Hopefully now that you have rediscovered that you enjoy this piece you will get some more stitching done on it.

Anna van Schurman said...

I'm not sure you could handle a rotation with all your projects! You'd need several degrees in logistics and a full time database manager. LOL Good work getting this one out again.

The Crafty Princess said...

Looks great Linda! Such a fun piece, it must make you smile when working on it.
xo Alicia

Angela P said...

This is such a cute design, great progress!

stitcherw said...

I love seeing all the pictures you post, you have so many fun projects going. I don't seem to do rotation very well so generally don't have much to show of different ones. Your cut thru piece is so cute, with all the stuff to see in it I'll bet it is fun to work on. Love the endangered young 'uns you have to work on, they are so cute it will be fun watching them grow. I have that design book buried in my stash somewhere too :)
Sue

Sarah in Stitches said...

This is a lovely pattern! Hope you get the chance to work on it some more :D

Mrs Xstitch said...

love this one

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Glad you have rediscovered this project, it's a lovely one.

Deb said...

Such a wonderful project!!
My rotation is acording to all the SAL's. Both the motivational and by designs. Difficult on deciding a rotation that is best for you. Especially when all those patterns are calling out!

Rachel Tomkins said...

As you said to me, even one stitch is progress and you have made visible progress.
As for a rotation, can you really see it working???

PS I should no longer be a no-reply blogger!

Tiffany Pincombe said...

Great progress on this one!

Preeti said...

Its looking great!! I haven't stitched for a while...I mean for days.

Mii Stitch said...

What a dilemma to be a stitcher!! So many lovely designs out there & so little time to work on them all :) You've worked on it a bit & made great progress, that's the more important!