Why? Why not? TV is so much more tolerable when one is occupied with something that actually lasts.
My first project back, after a twenty-year layoff, was large -- too large. I'm now into miniatures. I want something that is petite and doesn't take three months to bear fruit. Plus, where am I going to display all this stuff? That's always the conundrum. Counted cross-stitch is enjoyable for the doing; not so much for the inevitable framing and finding an appropriate hanging spot. And frankly, frames are expensive. And why do all of these kits come in odd sizes? Per chance the designers have a side deal with picture frame manufacturers. I'm on a fixed income now; I'm going to go with pics that come complete with their own frames (hoops) and stick the finished products somewhere in a bare corner.
However, my second project was nine by twelve inches, and I'm rather enamored with it:
This is my third:
|This one sits upon a shelf, because it's tiny.|
Stay tuned. More teeny tiny pictures to come.