This month's topic is How do you keep your stash organized? and I'm SO glad you ask because - frankly, I don't. Thing is, I didn't have much of a stash until very recently, only a dark and cramped box were I put everything I had given up on or couldn't use at the moment and oh my looks like I did have a stash after all, I just didn't know what it was. Anyways, know that I startet working on more complex projects and also accumulating lots of to-be-worked-on stuff, I felt the need for a new system, so right now I'm in the process of getting everything out of this dark cramped box and onto a shelf.
As you can see, I'm by no means finished yet (also, my room is still a mess from getting everything out of the box and not yet on the shelf, and yes, that might be one of the reasons for neglecting my blog a little). The general idea is that by having everything out in the open, I'll be kind of forced to actually keep it all neat and tidy, and to not lose contect with everything I already have, so hopefully, I won't find stuff like this in the future:
Enough with the dark talk, let's get on to my actual stitching progress! It's not as much as I would have liked it to be, but as it's strechted across three projects, it's still not bad, I guess.
First, I spent some more time with Peacock Tapestry. I got through what I suppose is not even half a section of the border (the middle sections on the vertical borders are pretty big) before I got bored - I did power stitch another section right before that, after all - ans switched on to another project. But I hope that I can finish at least this section in April (there's still a bit more to do but the whole section didn't fit inside the frame).
While I was working on this on the train ride home, a women sitting across from me adressed me and wanted to know where I got the patterns and my awesome Q-snap frame, so we started talking a bit and I got to introduce her to the treasures of the internet and where they are to be found. Quite a fun experience, I never met another stitcher in real life before.
So, now you're up to date with my progress (if only I could say the same thing about my finishes page and my dA, still need to upload several pictures from march...) and everything else will follow soon, I promise. Until then, fare thee well, and stitch on!