There are so many mistakes - the letters are all messed up. And I frogged so many times, I finally stopped and just thought - you have two choices, 1. Throw this piece away or 2. Read it - and if you can understand what it is saying, then just finish it.
I picked the 2nd choice. I believe I have not mixed up any letters, or misspelled the words. I hated this fabric and the browns (there are two different) look so close to me, I kept using the wrong one.
But 100 years from now, it will not matter the threads are messed up, the letters are the wrong sizes, some of the m's are different, there are too many, or too few spaces between the words - They will just know I survived the stitching of this piece and went on to have many more wonderful stitching finishes I loved.
My 2017 goals are
1. To post every month in the Small Sal I joined.
2. To stay within my stash project.
3. To finish 10 more projects in my Year of WIPs challenge, and to finish the year with 10 or less WIPs. However, I may decided some of these WIPS will never be Finish and send them off to wherever all those Never to Be Finished by Original Starting Stitcher Go.
4. To create 12 new Gingerbread Ornaments/decorations for the 2017 Holiday Season.
On a side note I am planning on attending One Million Woman March in Washington D.C. on January 20th. Fingers crossed the weather is pleasant. This is on my bucket list - to be in D.C. for on inauguration day. I feel very strongly about the future of my beloved Country and as the mom of 4 daughters - well enough sad.