…or Overdo a Design?
I’ve got it! The fourth time’s a charm. I’ve finally settled on a design for the bookmark collectors, and I hope it can work for other demonstrations as well, perhaps library demos. The top left one is it, but the stitching is finished now, and the whole thing just waits to be assembled.
I plan to remove my initials from the two that I can (the third is backed, so no re-stitching that one), stitch opposite crescents, and give them away.
Now, did I really need to stitch four of these, or did I just enjoy it? Is the fourth one really better than the first three? I had reasons for rejecting the first three, but were they good reasons?
To what extent do you go to get your needlework “just right,” whatever “just right” means to you?
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