I had said "You never know what might happen" at the time the customer and I first started discussing this project. That was the thorn in my side. After a long cry (gross and snotty) and still refusing the damned meds I don't need, I came home and pulled out the emails and the fabric and the project notes and just everything that goes with this project and let the bad stuff go. I've been forcing myself to work on a project. That is not why I took this project on. I took it on because it's lovely and I learned a lot about Korean culture, and I wanted to do it! And I learned how things can become the focus of anger and hurt and frustration when you don't even expect them too. Like being afraid of something completely unrelated to the trauma that caused the fear.
I made myself let all the 'bad' go and found the good again. It's no use being angry and frustrated with all the things that went wrong when I was trying my best to do this. It's a gorgeous project and I'm working every day on it again and the 'bad' connection just wasn't there this morning. I held the skirt up (pins and all) and thought, yeah, this is great! This is going to be adorable. There will be photos in a day or two, I still have appointments this Thursday and Friday and then the weekend should be free to deal with things other than just the mechanics.
Edit: This project is now slated for an October completion, due to the headbands. I'm still trying to figure out how they go, but will be putting up photos of the jackets soon.