Greetings from a snow-overwhelmed New England!
Over the past week, we’ve received approximately 28 inches of snow here in Providence, and in Boston (where I work), there’s 34 inches of snow sitting and overwhelming everything… and we have two more storms on the horizon! It started out as such a quiet winter, but I suppose New England can’t possibly get through a winter without a few weeks of extreme precipitation.
I’ll admit – at least it looks pretty, even if it makes travel rather miserable!
The good thing is that it does get me into more of a stitching mood. I just need some extra time to do said stitching, if the little munchkin running around my living room would allow it.
This month’s question is one that hopefully will help a lot of stitchers who feel stuck. We all get there from time to time, after all:
How do you overcome that feeling that you’re in a rut with a particular project?
Have a fantastic month of stitching – and hopefully the weather where you are will help inspire you to make great progress!
Until next month…
Important SAL Announcements…
Next month’s posting date: March 5th
Topic for next month: If money – and time – were not limiters, what projects would be on your stitching bucket list?
Please remember that this stitch-a-long is intended to be fun – so if you’re too busy to post, too busy/ill/etc. to stitch – no worries. Post when you can and share what you have going, even if you’ve only been able to toss a single stitch into it. If you miss a few months, not a problem – just jump back in when you’re back with us! It’s not a race or a competition – we’re all just here to cheer each other on with our progress.
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