Friday, March 27, 2009

A bit sad

am I that I will have to give up on something I waited so excited for for a long time. I applied as a ghoststitcher in january 2008 and I received my first model to stitch for them yesterday. It is something that will be stitched with a lot of dark red on 28ct. white fabric (no linen). And they ask for complete coverage....but with 2 plys dark red on white it doesn't cover completely especially not there where quaterstitches are necessary... And when I emailed a pic of my little start they suggested to stitch with one or two threads more. Arrrrgh I tried it and it feels not comfortable at all and to me it looks bulky and not nice. And also it takes me a lot of time to make the threads lay flat and nice. How shell I then be able to stitch about 200-300 crosses every night? Is anyone of you a modelstitcher or ghoststitcher and how do you handle things like that?
I think I will just let them know that I just can't do it and send it back or whereever they want me to send it. That is than the sad end of a dream I always had....

Yesterday evening was dedicated to the model but on wednesday I let the sun rise over the West Coast and even palmtree started to grow ;)


5 comments:

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

Hi Bine! I can't help you on your model stitching but I don't think I"d like at all, stitching with more than two strands. I've never model stitched so I don't really know what the proper thing is to do if you don't like how something is looking.

Love the rising sun on your house. Makes me think of a song I need to add to my blog music.... "There is a house in New Orleans they call the rising sun."

Have a great weekend!

Deb said...

I've never model stitched, but I used to knit sweaters for a little boutique in a town near here. They are very specific as to how everything has to be. It's too bad that your first project couldn't have been more enjoyable, but perhaps they'll give you something else. I love your progress on "Sea".

Brigitte said...

Hmmm, I have never model stitched but it should be a bit of fun, too, shouldn't it? It's sad that they sent you something which is not really fun stitching for you.

CindyMae said...

I have never model stitched before so I don't have any advise for you! I personal would not want to do that because I know that I would get things to stitch that I do not like and I would not want to stitch it. Stitching is suppose to be fun and not work! Maybe if you ask them to send you something different they will though? It is worth a try! Your progress is looking fantastic!

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