Friday, October 2, 2009

HAED returns to the cabinet - but just temporary of course ;-))

For 6 months in a row I have been stitching almost every night at my HAED, but just before my holidays, now a couple of weeks back, I had enough of it. The last 2 pages had only been different shades of blue, and I guess that I wanted to do something more exciting for a while. So I have put aside my HAED and banned it to the cabinet, because all of a sudden, I wanted to start with something else.
On the picture you can see, how far I have come with my HAED. And on my blog, http://www.michdg.blogspot.com/ you can see, what I have started now.
Of course, I will come and chear all of you here the whole time also, and enjoy the beautiful things you make. And of course I will come and join you again in some months, when I long for my HAED again. I'm sure this break will not take long ;-))

10 comments:

CathE said...

I think this is looking beautiful. I can understand your need for a break from the blues, but I hope it doesn't rest for too long and I love seeing your progress on this. I hope you enjoy your other piece of stitching.

totallythreadup said...

You're doing brilliantly on this but know how you feel about needing a colour change. Hope to see you back soon. I'll stop by at your blog later. Sheila

Astrid said...

Beautiful.... with the season comming I dont think you will have a long break :)

MarchAnn58 said...

Hurry back I love seeing all the HAED's that this group is working on.
The blues were really worth it on this pieces they bring the sky to life.

Wendy said...

I can understand how you feel Mich! I have the same problem for the moment! I'm really looking forward to see this design grow, because it is such a lovely piece!

Cindy F. said...

Sometimes a breaks is EXACTLY what we need:) We'll be looking forward to your stitchy return!! Beautiful progress Mich!

Ingrid said...

understandable that you want to take a break Mich., there is so much blue but it is stunning!

kerbear said...

I would probably need a break too if I was stitching so much blue! I do love this piece though and hope it calls your name again soon!

Carolyn NC said...

It's beautiful and enjoy your break!

Sabine S. said...

Just do what feels right, stitching should be enjoyable, not a chore. I can just feel the cold night and hear the silence of the winter. You'll be back soon, I'm sure.
Sabine