Sunday, January 31, 2016

WIP/UFO Progress Report

Unlike my previous posts under this title, I am unable to cross anything off the lost.  As any inveterate list maker knows, crossing items off a list is one of the purer pleasures in life.  But, alas, not today.   I did make progress on Scherzo.

  1. Lori Birmingham's Pansy Garden Nantucket Style Basket (2005 CATS project)
  2. Catherine Jordan's Pretty Picot Edges (2006 CATS project)
  3.  Karen Bovard's Filet Lace (2006 CATS project)
  4. Peyote stitch bracelet (Willow Tree, Boothbay Harbor , Maine)
  5. 2007 Stitcher's Hideaway at Mystic Victoria Sampler projects: a stitchers pocket, biscornu, needlebook and fob
  6. 2009 Stitcher's Hideaway at Mystic Brightneedle's Ghoulies and Ghosts Etui and accessories.
  7. 2010 Stitcher's Hideaway at Sturbridge.  Victoria Sampler's Sturbridge Box and accessories.
  8. 2012 Stitcher's Hideaway Martha Washington Sampler.
  9. 2013 Stitcher's Hideaway Victoria Sampler's Christmas Sampler
  10.  2014 Stitcher's Hideaway Brightneedle Kindred Spirits Sewing Journal.
  11. The Jacobean Elegance afghan - with 15 more squares to be stitched.
  12. 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.
  13. My own design, Fertile Circles needle book, the back panel needs finishing.
  14. My own design, Beach Find Pansies, to be completed and incorporated into an embellished crazy quilt square
  15. Whispered by the Wind Scherzo.  Started 1-13-16.  MADE SUBSTANTIAL PROGRESS.  
  16. Another needlepoint project, Rice Pudding, using many variations of the rice stitch.
  17. Yet another needlepoint project, an Owl, again a project using lots of specialty stitches.
  18. Piper's Christmas stocking  adapted from a Dimensions kit.
  19. HAED's The Tangle Fairy, barely started
  20. Morning Glory The Sheltering Tree.  


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

    You may not have crossed anything off but you have made wonderful progress in the Whispered in the Wind project.

    Julie said...

    Lots of lovely progress on your current WIP, its grown such a lot.