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Why doesn't evolution work with embroidery kits?

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« Reply #20 on: November 08, 2007 10:48:07 PM »

LOL.  I also put things off until another thing comes along or I forget about the first.

My latest is a GREAT needle felting project.  I wanted it to be done to enter in an art show later in November, but got sooooo sick i September that I didn't think I would have time to finish it for this year.  I want it done for next year, and have the time to be totally anal and perfect with it...

Same goes for other things... wanted to do this embroidery for a friend, now moved away.... Here's a Christmas thing, I still don't think I can get it done by Christmas....  At least it's cool enough to start knitting or crocheting.... but I want to use bamboo yarn, so I need to wait til payday...  Cheesy  It just goes on!!!

And I'm STILL waiting for evolution to get onto my other cross stitches....

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