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Picture_stitcher
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Joined: 05 Dec 2014
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Location: Suprise, AZ
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7:08 pm Dec 05, 2014


Is anyone working on an Ansel Adams photos?
I am doing [u] Glacier National Park (Leaves).

I am on my first page, never having done this large of project. Now I understand those that said it took me a year to two. Crying or Very sad [/b]
BarBaraPrz
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Joined: 16 Apr 2004
Posts: 420
Location: Hamilton, Ontario
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9:04 am Dec 06, 2014

I'm not working on anything right now, just wanted to wish you luck with your project and welcome you to the board.
Picture_stitcher
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Location: Suprise, AZ
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9:45 am Dec 06, 2014

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Originally posted by BarBaraPrz
I'm not working on anything right now, just wanted to wish you luck with your project and welcome you to the board.



Thank you I appreciate your kindness.
Sue M.
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Joined: 06 Dec 2014
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Location: Richfield, WI
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11:14 am Dec 07, 2014

Don't be discouraged by the amount of time it takes to complete a piece. It will definitely be worth your time. It took me four years to complete my first piece (Monet's Church at Vernon) and I've been working on White Water Lilies for over two years. I'm getting close to finishing it but have had to put it aside due to other time commitments. I'm anxious to get back at it and have already gotten together supplies for my next SQ project. Enjoy your time stitching and be sure to share your progress in the gallery.
Picture_stitcher
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Location: Suprise, AZ
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2:09 pm Dec 07, 2014

[quote="Sue M."]Don't be discouraged by the amount of time it takes to complete a piece. It will definitely be worth your time. It took me four years to complete my first piece (Monet's Church at Vernon) and I've been working on White Water Lilies for over two years. I'm getting close to finishing it but have had to put it aside due to other time commitments. I'm anxious to get back at it and have already gotten together supplies for my next SQ project. Enjoy your time stitching and be sure to share your progress in the gallery.[/quote

We are moving into a new house next year and I want 4 or 5 Ansel Adams in my living room alone. When they say 24/7 do they really mean it? My goal is to have this one done by the first of August. I am hoping the worker Bees at Scarlet Quince will have some exciting one coming up as time goes on. Shocked
rifestitch
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Joined: 16 May 2005
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Location: North of Atlanta
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8:22 am Dec 09, 2014

Ummm, I'm into Year 9 on my Lady & Unicorn, and just passed the 1/3 mark last January, so anything under that is perfectly acceptable, in my honest opinion Smile Granted, I have a LOT of large projects on the go, so I am not working steadily on L&U by any means, and it is one of the more complex pieces; back when I started it, I assumed it would take me 10 years - how wrong was I? LOL But that's not preventing me from starting one of the Monet's in January Smile

The important thing is to enjoy the journey; if you are anything like me, and put a time limit on a piece, it can easily become work and something to dread - which totally defeats the whole point of stitching Smile
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