I am sure I'm not the only one who has projects that have been started and for some reason or another have not finished them. It bugs me. I complain that I just don't have time then just looking at the unfinished project makes me feel guilty. I've found that if I just take the time to work on the project even for just 20 - 30 minutes, I can get it done. And I feel good about it. Even if I don't finish in that time at least I've made progress. I can find the time, I might do it in front of the TV, or using a little self-discipline, don't allow myself computer time until I've worked on it. So with that, today I am starting a weekly post about something that I've put off and have now put on again. Join me if you like and tell me about it. I can share your link with others so they can see you getting with it too. Please leave a link to this blog on your post.
Here is my first "getting with it" project. I had started recovering my dining room chairs last June and got side tracked, some good reasons, some not. Doesn't matter. They were wearing thin, I few years ago I fell in love with some tablecloths I found at Walmart and recovered my chairs with them! I really liked how it looked with the wood. But, tablecloths are not meant to stand up to the wear and tear that my dining room chairs receive. So I had 5 of eight chairs recovered with new material