Tree of Life - Part 2 Finished...

I can see by my last posting date it's been awhile since I've been here.  Not much to report, still dealing with chronic fatigue and depression.  I did manage to finish part 2 of "My Tree of Life" today.  I've been working on it here and there for the last 3 months, just to keep my mind occupied.  I'll be switching over to "Camelot Sampler" as I want to give myself the rest of 2015 to get it finished.  It would be nice to finish the thing during its 20th anniversary of the year it was first published.

Tree of Life: Part 2
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Tree of Life: So Far

Another thing I'd better catch up on is my Wipocalypse questions.  I'll even be a week early for the last one.  Fancy That!!!   LOL

June 2 - Topic:  Do you find yourself more productive with stitching in summer or winter?
It's about the same production wise.  Since I don't sew gifts anymore I'm not on a strict timetable.  I sew when I like and for how long I like.

 July 1 - Topic:  Reality or Fantasy. Which do you prefer to stitch, Figures or Abstract?
If I had to choose, Fantasy would win just by a hair's breath.  I believe I'd choose Figures over Abstract.  As the only abstract piece I've ever worked on is "Book of Ink Circles" by Tracy Horner of Ink Circles.  I find I'm not that interested in it after I started working on it.

 July 31 – Topic: What makes you pick up a long-abandoned UFO rather than beginning a new piece?
For one thing, if I continually kept starting new projects I'd run out of space and scroll frames to put them on.  Secondly, I've been working on my projects off and on for the last 10 years and at some point I'd like to get them all finished so I can do a proper inventory of all my floss thread!

Thanks for stopping by.....


Annie said...

Beautiful stitching! I love the colors!

D1-D2 said...

Mon Arbre de Vie looks wonderful. I hope you keep stitching :)

Carla Eldridge said...

And here I was wondering how you were since you hadn't been posting anything in awhile. Your project is so lovely and huge!

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

Tree of Life is epic! I can imagine that will take some time. It is a beautiful design.

Linda K's Stitching Corner said...

I am sorry that you are going through so much right now. You are in my prayers and I hope that your life will turn around for you soon.

I was looking at all of your WIP's on your Blog and I just love them. Wow....they are so beautiful. I just love Camelot Sampler. That is just gorgeous.

Hope that you will continue to stitch on your beautiful WIP's. Your Skunk WIP is so cute and very adorable looking.

Happy Stitching
Linda K