Sunday, 13 January 2013

WIPocalypse 2013

So, this WIPocalypse thing. A list of the pieces i want to make progress on (or finish) this year. Here are my plans. 

New starts. From left to right....the beach hut one (for my bathroom, totally not a priority), the "teaching is a work of heart" one (must be finished by June), LHN Always and Forever (to be stitched in purple for my living room in honour of our 10th wedding anniversary in September)

 Older pieces ive chosen to work on.

1. Aarons birth sampler. I'd really like to finish this one this year.

 2. Good ole Cirque des Cercles. I don't even want to look back on my blog to see when i started this piece. I still love it, even though it was stitched in those colours to match my yellow living room in the house we now dont live in anymore lol

3. LHN's coffee menu. I started this as a SAL with Jamie back when i first started blogging in 2007 (??) Then Jamie went MIA and i never heard from her again and this got abandoned. There's not too much left to do so i thought i'd dig this one out again and see if i can finish it in 2013. I don't even drink coffee! My husband is the coffee drinker.

So, we'll see how i go! Still want these Christmas ornaments finished before i start any of these though!


natalyK said...

Looks like a great plan of action. I did the WIPocalypse last year and I am proud to say I finish 4 out of 12. Not all but some :) Happy Stitching!

Cole said...

Looks like a great stitchy list! Made me think of my own list of UFO's... maybe I need to pull out the checkerboard I started in '08, I don't think I've put in a stitch in at least 2 years!

Lynn said...

Great plans! I'm glad you joined us this year. It certainly helped me finish lots but I think retirement also had a LOT to do with it!

Sharon said...

Great looking projects! I really like the beach one and the one for your anniversary will be really pretty in purple.

Suzanne said...

You have a great selection of designs you are going to work on. I have some old WIPs that haven't seen the light of day for a very long time.