Lee, who has the Lake Stitcher blog, has started up a monthly Stitching Bloggers Question. This month's question is:
Suppose we say that there are two types of stitchers.
There are those who enjoy the “process” of stitching. They stitch for stitching’s sake and if something gets finished, so much the better, but it’s not necessarily the end goal. Primarily, it’s the application of needle and thread to cloth that makes them happiest.
Then there are those who are “project” stitchers. They move steadily through their projects, certainly enjoying their stitching time, but finding their greatest joy in the completed stitching.
If you had to pick one to describe yourself, which type of stitcher would you be? I imagine that we could all say that we fall somewhere in between, but really think hard about this and try to pick just one. And once you’ve decided whether you’re a Process or Project stitcher, tell us if your recognize that approach in other parts of your life.
My answer to this is that I consider myself to be a 'project' stitcher. I love the end product, and if I'm stitching a large project, I make sure I do some small items to ensure I get that 'rush' that you get when a project is finished regularly. As for whether I recognise this approach in other parts of my life, well, I think I do...but I can't think of any obvious events to highlight this at the moment...
Feel free to go to Lee's blog to add your own answer :¬)