2008-05-19
Not every project that I start gets finished. Perhaps that is not the best way to say it; how about "because I have so many projects going at the same time, it takes a long long time for some of them to be completed". Yes, that is much better.

Many years ago, I had read about a style of stitching that is used when making a flag. Move forward to the mid-oughts: pirates are all the rage and the skull and cross-bones abound. Boring. It is the pirata generica of our times, lacking flair and individuality. So what happens when I mix fabric, flag stitching, and an idea for Jezra's pirate flag? Not a whole hell of a lot. The memories of the stitch had drifted to obscurity, and I lost motivation.

Tick tock, tick tock; welcome to the present. Fondly remembering the image of my pirate flag as I saw it in my minds eye, fluttering on the breeze of memories, I can't help but smile. Oh what the hell, I grab some canvas and paint and make my little pirate flag. It's not perfect, it's not the best; but it is mine, and it beautifully adorns the base drone of my Dunbars.
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