Starting new or finishing old?

I’m home from a weekend at Pentathlon, where I judged a couple of categories in the every-two year Caidan Arts and Sciences competition.  And like every time I’ve been at the event I am ultra inspired by all the amazing arts and projects that were done.  And I want to sweep all my current projects into the trash and start completely new things.

There’s something so enticing about a new project.  And after hours/weeks/years, an old project often becomes tiresome and a burden.  But of course this leads to the madness of having dozens of unfinished projects.

So the goal is to find time and energy to finish the old stuff as well as keeping the flames of inspiration burning on the new projects.

Arms embroidery project

 

So first up, I am going to finish this.  The next embroidery project after this is planned and started and then one after that is planned (and the one after that is in my head.) I’m still stuck on how to finish the stars in the chief of my arms, but I have a couple of ideas I’m going to try.

And the next 3 scrolls are planned and at least one of them is laid out.

Ars longa!