Done, Half Done, Almost Done and Not Even Close

Done!
The pillow from the four week embroidery class.



Done!
Twenty of these for a bridal shower.

Done!
Two more little pillows,
and...
an apology.
Someone wanted some of this fabric
and I told this person
that I would send them some...
and
lost the email with the address.
Please...
re-email me and I will get it sent!

My tray for the class at
The Pampered Palette
in two weeks.
Not unpacked
and
of course,
Not prepped.
Calling that
Not Even Close!

My checkerboard
returned
from
Create and Decorate.
Not Unpacked.

Almost Done.
Needs Varnished.

Almost Done.
Just needs some details
and
varnished.

And 
Half Done.
Two Orange Camo
and
One Snow Camo
and
One still under the counter.
Not even close.

Another Rug.
Almost Done


Embroidery Project
Not Even Close.

Yarn, still looking for a pattern.
Not Even Close.

ANOTHER Embroidery Project.
Not Even Close


Almost Done. 
Can't decide on a stem and a leaf.  
Almost Done.
Just needs a hanger.

Done.
Can't show it.
Create and Decorate.
Winter Issue.

And Done.
The little boys stayed for a sleep over.
Mom picked them up and took them home.


And in the middle of this blog post....
I had someone bring me about 70 cabinet doors.
Another big
Not Even Close!

Comments

Karen said…
Well I don't have the 'same' projects' as you but I must have JUST AS MANY started and 'waiting'.
Goodness the wedding crock/vases are going to be a great gift - are they for the wedding party?
Blessings,
Karen
Teresa said…
You are brave to show all your almost done projects. I have so many and don't dare but them all together.
Good luck on the 70 cabinet doors.
Teresa's Heartfelt Stitches
Ann said…
Cathy,

How do you and I get behind so quickly?LOL. I just finished a stitchery, but need to paint the frame before I can truly call it finished. Found more UFO's yesterday when I decided to clean out my stitching baskets. The wall hanging pile grew when I found another one that needs machine quilted. and on and on. I understand you completely!

I found a pattern on Red Heart for the ribbon yarn. Makes a frilly scarf. I made one and am working on another. Cast on 4 worked good for me. I found that when I was knitting to skip 2 holes and then knit with the 3rd. It will make a nice frilly scarf. This will make sense after you start knitting and watch the video at Red Heart: http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/frilly-knit-scarf

~Ann
Wow you sure are busy! Love the gourd painting. :-)
TheCrankyCrow said…
You, dear Cathy, make me feel positively PATHETIC!! Whatever it is you're taking that makes you run like the Energizer Bunny, please send me some! Yikes! Your embroidery pillows are beautiful....My great grandmother did amazing stitchwork like that, and I have always marveled at it. Me - I have to look at a diagram every time I do a fancy stitch because they just don't stick in my little pea brain for long.... Hope things are well - and gee, did you ever get that blue food coloring off everything????? Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin
TheCrankyCrow said…
PS....Congrats on the new grand-to-be!!! :o))))
Laurie said…
Whow Cathy, I can relate! I found so many unfinished projects in my craft room last week, I'm overwhelmed by what to work on first. Good luck to us!
LibbiesHome said…
Holy guacamole! You are so productive and I am officially an incredible slacker. I love your work, I can't wait for the winter edition of Create and Decorate, and you have inspired me to go get SOMETHING done!!
Thanks for sharing. :)
Melissa
LibbiesHome said…
Holy guacamole! You are so productive and I am officially an incredible slacker. I love your work, I can't wait for the winter edition of Create and Decorate, and you have inspired me to go get SOMETHING done!!
Thanks for sharing. :)
Melissa
Oh my...finished or unfinished, you have been busy! Love all your projects. Your painting is Beautiful as always. I have so many unfinished projects and no motivation to do them. I joined in on some swaps, hoping to get back into the swing of things. Send some of your energy my way! Have a wonderful weekend!

sandraallen260@centurytel.net
Lesley said…
Oh my, you have so many projects on the go but I know you they will get done. Is that a gourd you painted??? love it Cath and the door is beautiful. Love the embroidery, sorry I missed this post. Just finished up my cabinet and now I have a bit of time for catching up.
Take care and get those doors painted.
Les♥
Sums up and sounds like my life right now!!! Still ~ done or not your projects are always an inspiration ~ and wonderful I might add!
Here's wishing you time!
Prim Blessings
Robin