Stitches of Light and More

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Military Yarn Wreaths- Work in Progress Wednesday

on January 29, 2014

I have a bad habit of starting projects and then setting them aside for various reasons. Sometimes I feel like they are taking too long so I need a break. Other times, a new and exciting idea comes along that I just can’t wait to get started on. Still other times, I simply set it down and something gets put on top of it… You know, out of sight, out of mind? Well that’s what happened with today’s work-in-progress. I started this project back around Christmas time, and took it to PA when we went for a few days around New Year’s. Came home with it, bought my letters, painted them, then moved the painted letters off the table for dinner. Into a bag with the flowers they went, which in time ended up in a tote box along with the already yarn-wrapped wreaths forms.

Then I forgot about them. I finally came across a picture on my phone of them as a work in progress and realized they were never finished. So I dug them out this morning and they will be completed today. They only need to be glued together. So pictured here, are 2 yarn wreaths- one for Army, the other for Air Force.


I plan to do the other branches soon if I have positive feedback on these two. I will be listing them on Etsy, so I will try to update this post with the link soon, as well as update my store page here on the blog.

UPDATE: I did indeed finish them and they are now available in my Etsy shop Stitches of Light

I am excited to be linking up with Work in Progress Wednesday over at Tami’s Amis and Other Creations



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