Wednesday, January 29, 2020

And the WIP Parade Continues

I think we left off with #11, Needle and Thread by Brenda Gervais. Keep in mind that I’ve already finished three WIPs since the first of the year: Sweetheart Pincushion from Blackbird Designs, 12 Days of Christmas from Satsuma Street, and Needle and Thread from Brenda Gervais. I don’t think there will be any more finishes in January.

WIP #12 Alphabet Blocks from Carriage House Samplings. Don’t judge me, but I think I’m going to start this one over. I’m stitching with two threads over two on 36ct linen. That should explain why this is languishing in the WIP pile.

WIP #13 Feliz Navidad by Blackbird Designs. I think this is 40ct Picture this Plus. Not a big fan. It’s like stitching on 46ct.

WIP #14 Christmas Sampler from Prairie Schooler. I like the linen. I should really finish this one.

WIP #15 Another Prairie Schooler, Book #79, Christmas Village.  All those green trees!

WIP #16 Four Seasons Band Sampler from Sally Hesketh.  This pattern was in a Series of Just Cross Stitch magazines several years ago.

Just when you think it is safe to go into the craft room. I found more WIPs. Oy vey.


butterfly said...

Lovely stitching and many wonderful WIPs.
I dare to tell you how many I have or UFOs , but I plod along and add the odd new one to the piles .
But I enjoy changing them around and stitch what I fancy .
But need to finish 4 UFOs this year .

Robin said...

Your WIPs are all so pretty.

Marilyn said...

Great WIPS.
I need to start that 4 Seasons Sampler, it's in my "to do" pile!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

At least you can find your WIPs! If I took a picture of my craft room now, no one would believe me capable of finishing anything. Luckily, the rest of the house is pretty orderly!

Stasi said...

You have some great WIP's there Cathy and are getting a lot accomplished...keep on keeping on!!!

Robin in Virginia said...

You have some beautiful WIPs, Cathy. My favorites are the two Prairie Schoolers.

Khristine Doiron said...

Love the band sampler! Hope you come back to it soon. "All those green trees" Enough said on that one!

Barb said...

Great WIPs! I did that Christmas one with all the trees a few years ago. I made it my go to project. I would do a project and then return to that one for a week or so. It was a way to get it done in a year and I loved it that Christmas. In fact I leave it up all winter.

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

The struggle is real, am stitching 2 threads on 36--ugh