WIPocalypse – January 2015

My goals and projects for 2015:

I hope to get some more stitching done this year than I have before. One goal is to actually finish something, something I haven’t done in a long time, or at least make some proper progress on my projects. I have made a separate page, WIPs 2015, with the projects that I hope to work on this year, and any new projects will be added to the page. I figured out how to get the page to automatically display the most recent picture I have posted, so hopefully it will always show my current progress on all of my WIPs. I will be making posts throughout the year with an update on what I have been working on lately, but I thought it would be nice to have a page with the progress on all my projects.

Here is a list of the projects I hope to work on this year, and a progress picture for the ones I have started:

  1. Bee’s Needleworks – Tree of Stitches
    Progress 2014-10-18
  2. Blackwork Journey – Save the Stitches
  3. Châtelaine – Workshop 1
  4. Châtelaine – Workshop 2
  5. CloudsFactory – 2015 Zodiac Sampler
  6. The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery – 2015 Story Time Sampler
  7. The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery – Autumn Harvest Festival
    Autumn Harvest Festival - Progress - November 22, 2014
  8. The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery – Christmas Celebration Sampler
    Christmas Celebration - Progress - January 8, 2015
  9. Glendon Place – Baked Alaska
  10. HAED – Dona Gelsinger – Teddy Bear Tree
  11. HAED – Aimee Stewart – World Traveler Bookshelf (Large)
  12. InkCircles – Celebrate Diversity
  13. Nora Corbett – Bluebell Pixie
  14. Passione Ricamo – Under the Sea – Mystery SAL 04
    Under the Moonlight - Parts 1-6
  15. New cuffs for my bunad shirt

About me:

I am 28 years old (until January 10) and I live in Oslo, Norway. I have been cross stitching for as long as I can remember, but I have only recently discovered all the lovely patterns in the world. As I was not very interested in the Christmas kits on aida that are available here, my stitching has been on the shelf for a long time. Now that I have found other patterns I enjoy stitching a lot more and will hopefully stitch more in the future.

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