Sunday, January 21, 2018

Lots going on today
photo heavy

It's not actually snowing today but it's still winter.

Progress time

when ever I last stitched on it

and today

not much difference but some

just like on 12-31-2017
no progress

 whenever, probably December 2017

 as of this morning
I ran out of the green and then too many icy/snow/cold days
so the green is way behind

This was my January 1st start
finished a day or so later

I joined a group on facebook for Mill Hill kits
I dug this one out of the WIPs
Mondays are the day to stitch Mill Hills

Progress as of 1-21-2018

as of 12-31-2017

Finished !
sorry for the wrinkles


Mystery as of 12-31-2017

Mystery Sampler as of 1-21-2017

As you can tell my stitching during the last three weeks
has been hit and miss, scattered, unorganized, etc.
Time to get organized again.

Meanwhile, go see the photos from the others in the WIP SAL
maybe they were more organized than I was lately

Have a great week !


Anonymous said...

At least you've been stitching. I tend to stick to one project and then I seem to get more finishes. It works for me anyway.

K Reeves said...

Wow, you have done a lot on many things! The mystery linen is so beautiful, the new pattern is really a stand out!

Stasi said...

Wow--you have a lot going on, but all looking good!

Robin in Virginia said...

What a good variety of projects you have going! Congratulations on your finish! I think if it brings you pleasure then you should follow your stitching heart.

Anonymous said...

you're working on so many different projects, it's only normal progress is slow on each ^^

Catherine - Hillview Embroidery said...

You’ve got a lot of projects on the go! I have more than that started though, so maybe I should just add them all into the rotation!

Anonymous said...

It´s great to see all your projects and you are really stitching a lot, I think!

Lbick said...

Wow you are working on a lot. They all look great! Congrats on the finished piece.

The Crafty Creek said...

Gosh, that's a lot of projects, your samplers are stunning!