Friday, February 14, 2014

February 2014 Wipocolypse

It's time for another Wipocolypse post. If you want more information on what that is, check out Measi's Blog

First the Stitchers question:
How many projects do you generally feel comfortable having in progress at a time? Tell us about your one-at-a-time or rotation habits!

I don't know the exact number I feel comfortable with, but I do know it would be less then I have. This year I moved a few WIP's to the UFO pile, the last one being bramble and the rose.

Since I have many on the go, I'm obviously not a one at a time stitcher. Lately I've been doing a weekly theme rotation I found on Facebook. I find this actually does help! I also use creative license to make a WIP fit in a theme if it's calling to me.

Okay now for my progress:

First up is Santa's Village
I finished Santa's house on February 2nd



On February 7th I started the AAN mystery SAL called Halloween Town
I'm using Stephs bewitched, and the called for DMC. I finished part 1 on the 9th



Next up for themes was my oldest WIP. I first pulled out bramble, but after a few hours it finally went to the UFO pile



After bramble, I pulled out my next oldest WIP which also happens to be a design by Ink Circles - Rosetta
Here is progress to last night



I think that is it for the month, according to my journal anyway!

8 comments:

sharine said...

Everything is looking great:)

Kate Featherstitch said...

Rosetta looks just stunning! What threads are you using?

It can be sad relegating something to the UFO pile, but if it makes you feel more productive as a stitcher and get more work done on other WIPs it's worth it. :)

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely stitching.

Shebafudge said...

They all look great. I really love the look of the AAN mystery SAL. I did toy with the idea of signing up!

Loretta said...

You have some very lovely projects on the go. I really like the Santa's Village and the Halloween Town.

CathieJ said...

Santa's village is really cute. I totally understand how bramble ends up back in the UFO pile. I once stitched and Irish saying for my mom and it was almost all green. So boring. Never felt like I was making any progress.

Scrapbrat1 said...

Your projects are all really great! Everyone seems to be doing that AAN mystery!

Rachel said...

I love, love, love Santa's Village - congrats on finishing the house!!