Since Multiply is going away in December of this year, I have migrated all of my WIPocalypse posts over here to WordPress. I made sure those got moved first and I will finish moving all the rest over the next few weeks.
Lots of jumping around on projects this month!
HAED QS Siberian Forest 2012 Freebie SAL – I made a good amount of progress for the one day I worked on it.
Then Michele at HAED released this awesome HUGE pattern of all the Spangler books in one. It is called Book of Dreams – I couldn’t resist starting it! This is my progress before I jumped to the next project. Sorry about that, I am not sure why it turned it sideways!
This is the fabric it is on – 18 count Magic Guide. I have now ordered lots of 25 count Magic Guide for these huge HAED’s but it is back ordered until the end of August. It is 45 X 30!
Next is a new start – it is my Olympic Start. We have until the next Olympics in 4 years to get it done! It is Mini Please My Wings Take Me Away by Zindy S. D. Nielsen. I didn’t get very far at all because life and the Olympics kept me from stitching.
Next up is the second Christmas present for my husband. It is Stoney Creek Biker Santa Ornament. I can’t find a picture of the ornament but this is the leaflet that it is an offshoot from.
And this is my progress on the ornament!
Next is a finish. It is R rated so I hope that I have covered enough of the word to not offend anyone too badly. It is for my daughter who is 25 but still acts like a much younger teenager. She requested all of these patterns out of Subversive Cross Stitch book and Ed Hardy’s Cross Stitch – so they are all a bit out of the norm. It is not ironed as I have not found a frame for it yet.
Then since I finished my big aida sitting outside with husband project (directly above), I started another one that I can sort of see when it is bright out. It is Lizzie Kate’s Do What Your Wife Said.
And the final project, that I can remember anyway, that I worked on this past month is Joan Elliot’s Cinderella – the pink version!
Until next month – Happy Stitchin’