Most beaders will have a favourite piece that they will create again and again, maybe changing the bead count a little, maybe the colour. It's one of those traps that we can definitely fall into and end up beading nothing else. I nearly fell into that trap about a year ago.
I made a right angle weave neckerchief in gunmetal beads (I don't have a picture of it) and sold it at a craft fair. I really enjoyed making it and whilst I was at the craft fair, before the original sold, I had two commissions to make it in different colours for other ladies. I could sit and bead this almost with my eyes closed and just loved making it. Each one was slightly different but the same basic shape was always there.
Here are a couple of different examples of this pattern cul-de-sac I very nearly got caught in:
I could very easily have just continued making this in slightly different ways for the next couple of years but it would have been at the expense of absolutely everything else that was simmering in the design part of my brain. So I stopped. I decided that I would not make another neckerchief for at least two years. So far I'm a year into my promise and my fingers aren't itching to make another one. Yet!