I started off the month of March with the #eapmacabre SAL hosted by Amy and Jenn in the Bewitched Stitches group on Facebook. I wanted to participate but didn’t want to veer too far off my course of working on my WIPocalypse pieces. So, I chose a small piece I’ve wanted to stitch for years […]
I transitioned from January to February by pulling out my Moon Phases piece by The Little Stitcher. It seemed only appropriate to work on for the lunar eclipse on January 31st. This isn’t one of my WIPocalypse pieces, but I very much enjoyed working on it. On the first Friday of the month, I switched
It’s time for my end of January wrap up and WIPocalypse check-in post. (but seriously, how is it the end of January already?) So, I’m continuing with my weekly rotation and enjoying that. A week seems to be the perfect amount of time to work on something. I had originally been switching projects on Sundays,
This will be my third year of working on whittling down my WIPs. In 2016 I drew names of projects and then worked on each until finished (completed WIPs = 1) and in 2017 I joined the Year of WIPs Challenge and chose 12 WIPs to focus on over the year (completed WIPs = 3).
I think this was the last design of Lisa’s I bought before she died. It was a limited edition release at St. Charles market in September 2010. Even now, a couple months shy of her being gone seven years, it is still bittersweet to stitch her designs and watch them come to life. Lisa offered
Late in 2016, a lovely fellow stitcher posted on Facebook in one of the stitching groups a suggestion to do a SAL beginning in June to honor the 325th anniversary of the Salem Witch Trials. She had suggested we all stitch this beautiful piece by Notforgotten Farm called Salem Village. While I love that piece