Sunday, November 15, 2015

Weekly WIP Status Report

I am slowly whittling down the active WIP list.  Last week, there were 13 projects on the list.  Now there are 10.
Plum Street Sampler Be True
Workbasket Quaker Squirrel
  • The Jacobean Elegance afghan - with 15 more squares to be stitched.
  • Making Waves needlepoint project - with more than 3/4s of the bargello rows and more than 2/3s of the eyelet area to be stitched.
  • Workbasket's Quaker Squirrel - about half way done  DONE
  • My own design, Fertile Circles needle book, the back panel needs finishing.
  • My own design, Beach Find Pansies, to be completed and incorporated into an embellished crazy quilt square
  • To Thine Own Self Be True freebie - need to frog an error in the border and restitch it.  Rice stitches may make lovely borders but they are a serious pain to frog,  However, the frogging and restitching are complete.  DONE.

  • The Victoria Sampler Mystic Smalls class project - I need to stitch the needle book and the biscornu
  • Another needlepoint project, Rice Pudding, using many variations of the rice stitch.
  • Yet another needlepoint project, an Owl, again a project using lots of specialty stitches.
  • Piper's Christmas stocking  adapted from a Dimensions kit.
  • HAED's The Tangle Fairy, barely started
  • The Goblin Market: About two thirds done by 10-31.
  • Mill Hill Daffodil Easter Egg  I had to frog a row but then things moved along nicely to a finish, so ... DONE.

Mill Hill Daffodil Easter Egg

I realized that my month long blogging hiatus meant that I never chose a winner for the October giveaway.  I hope the old adage better late than never holds true here.  The winner is Julie.


CathieJ said...

I really like all those finishes. Such a diverse set of patterns.

Julie said...

The daffodil is delightful, so bright and cheery.
Is that me? Thank you very much.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Well done well done on three finishes. The rice stitches make a great border too.