Monday, 30 December 2019

December WIPocalypse

Since I was ill during most of December I only managed to stitch during the first week and now, during the last week. Even so I completed Foxes Few for my granddaughter and completed the final finishing on it as well as the Tired Trio.








I originally had planned on giving these to the girls for their birthdays but changed my mind and gifted to them at Christmas. Each was finished with a lovely backing of velvet from Dames of the Needle and I attached a small charm to the back of each. One was a fox and one a small sloth.The girls loved their stitches!




 




I started a couple of new pieces at the beginning of the month which I'm just getting back to now. The first is called For You by Plum Street Samplers and I have too few stitches to show you yet.
However I've much more progress done on Stacy Nash Merry Christmas Pinkeep.



I only have the remaining first half of the alphabet and then the border to complete. I'm not sure it will be done by year's end but that's ok. Sorry about the lighting in this pic. It's extremely overcast here today as we are being hammered with a winter storm of freezing rain.

I also picked up a finish at the framer this month. This was my first finish of 2019, The Good Shepherd by Prairie Moon.



On review of my WIPocalypse list I had set out I found that I completed the 3 pieces carried over from 2018 and in addition I completed 22 other works for a grand total of 25 completed stitches. I'm happy with that number. As in the past I really only completed a few of the choices from my original list and added many others that struck my fancy throughout the year. That's usually the case for me. I can never stick to the original plan. My stitching is based on my mood which seems to change rapidly, lol! You can always see my completed finishes on the separate page of 2019 finishes.

Now it's time for me to pick out a few finishes that will make up my list for WIPocalypse 2020. Over the next few days I'll browse through my charts and compile a small list. Hope to see you and your lovely stitches once again in the coming year. 
Happy New Year all!




7 comments:

  1. Pretty tree you featured at the end of your post, Lynn! I love the sloth and fox pieces you stitched and finished for your granddaughters. You are making good progress on the reindeer piece. The framed piece is stunning. Wishing you a happy and bright New Year!

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  2. Love your header pic.
    Those Trios are too cute, I'm sure your granddaughters love them.
    Great progress on the SN.
    Clarisse looks so pretty by the tree.
    Happy New Year!
    Marilyn

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  3. Those three foxes are so cute very lovely chart!
    Nice review for this Wipocalypse year! xxx

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  4. Beautiful finishes.

    Happy New Year!

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  5. Lovely ornaments! Hope you have a blessed New Year!

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  6. OMGoodness, they are adorable ornaments! I really love the foxes.
    Your Good Shepherd look fantastic framed, what a beautiful piece to display.

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