Do you ever feel like something in the world does NOT want you to finish a project?

I am starting to feel that way with this Frenchy Bag by Amy Butler.

It was my last project to finish before I allowed myself to make another order. I was also excited to have it, since I was going to use it as a library bag and we go A LOT. Everything was going well until I noticed I read a pattern piece wrong and needed to order more fabric. (Honestly, I was really excited that I was “allowed” to order now, but still mad at myself for being so dumb! :))

It ended up working out okay because I needed interfacing and forgot that The Ribbon Retreat carried it. So I ordered some of that as well.

Well, I got my beautiful package (any one else feel like it’s better than Christmas morning when you get your TRR packages?) and I cut out my fabric correctly, moved on to cut out my interfacing and I didn’t get enough! Argh! I swear I don’t trust my brain any more. :)

Since I needed only a little bit of interfacing, I decided to run to JoAnn’s to get some. Well, low and behold, they are OUT of HEAVYWEIGHT SEW-IN INTERFACING. I can’t stop saying, “Are you serious!?” in my head.
What’s so wrong with me having a Frenchy Bag?

I am hoping now that I’ve blogged about it, I will have no more interruptions and the rest of the purse will go smoothly. Maybe eating some chocolate will help too.

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One Comment

  1. Lora
    Posted August 24, 2010 at 8:42 am | Permalink

    You are not alone my friend! I have unfinished projects calling my name all the time. And Yes! I do feel like it’s Christmas every time I get a package from TRR. Also, a little bit of chocolate is Always a good thing! Here’s hoping for the best and can’t wait to see pics!

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