The one thing I love about most of the needle arts I do is that it’s quick to see results. With cross stitch however, I feel as though it takes an eternity. I’ve been working on this Doctor Who Tardis for 3 days and I don’t feel as though I’ve made a dent in it yet.
Suffice to say, I carry on… Below are pictures of my (slow) progress.
I will be so very happy when I start working on the next, smaller project.
Somewhere along the way I decided that I wanted to pick up cross stitch again. It’s been a long time, and I love doing it, it’s just very time consuming so don’t do it often. Right now though I’m on a mental overload and I need to displace my energy. So, I went ahead and ordered some patterns (only) from Etsy and will be heading to the store hopefully tomorrow to get supplies. In the mean time I drew up a pattern for the one thing I really want to make since I feel like it should be relatively easy pattern to create. Here’s what I ended up with;
I actually don’t think it’s that bad! I can’t take all the credit though. My husband who is an avid Doctor Who fan (me too, mainly the latest, 3 renditions of the Dr), helped me plot out size and ‘fixed’ the roof. Can’t wait to get started on it. …and for those not sure what it is, it’s a Tardis.