WIPocalypse update

Sadly this year to date I haven’t managed to put a single stitch into any old WIPs, but I have managed to get a little bit of stitching done on two projects that were originally on my Crazy January Challenge list … first up I managed to finish the stitching on Shepherd’s Bush Spooky Fob:


Then I managed to start and finish my choice for an Aussie-based Round Robin group – I decided to stitch an old freebie by Passione Ricamo:


Lucky last I used up the rest of the rotation slot from stitching Spooky fob by starting the Shepherd’s Bush Little Witch:


Work is mental busy, so I haven’t had much stitching energy this month – although last weekend I had a stitching marathon for 2 solid days, when I managed to stitch my RR piece.  Next week I’ll be flying home to be support for Mum and Dad after Dad has surgery – I’ll be working over there, so probably won’t have much down time either, and not much time for stitching … I’ll still be packing a few projects, though, just in case … I fully intend heading home with a much better prepared suitcase than I did last time!  And on that note I’d better hit the hay for the night, as I need to spend the day in the office tomorrow catching up on work before I fly out …

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5 Responses to WIPocalypse update

  1. Karen says:

    I think you’ve managed to get quite a bit done this last month considering your job requirements and it all looks great. I can’t wait to see the rest of the Shephard Bush Witch.

    I hope your Father has a speedy recovery after his surgery.

  2. Giovanna says:

    Great stitching – love the little witch in particular. All the best for your dad’s surgery.

  3. Gina says:

    Safe trip, Anne. Hope your Dad’s op goes off okay. Hugs to your Mum (if she remembers me!)

  4. Awesome stitching there Anne. Love keeping up to date with what you’ve been up to.

  5. Karoline says:

    Lovely stitching Anne, I hope your father’s surgery went well


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