WIPocalypse 2012

Monday, February 04, 2013

WIPocalypse 2013

I've been thinking a lot about what I want to stitch in 2013 lately with the beginning of the year and beginning of the WIPocalypse SAL and all. I think I'm going to try to carry on with a similar theme to last year's WIP killing theme- Give some love to every WIP and finish more than I start. I know my stitching habits well enough by now to not even pretend that I won't start anything new so I've made my list with a few of the projects I've been wanting to start at the bottom and the intention of adding a few of them to rotation as I hopefully finish other projects. I haven't decided if I'm going to follow the optional themes yet but maybe after I finish QS Pirate Dragon. That is the one WIP I must kill this year and sooner rather than later since it is for Josh. Here's where I stand at the beginning of this year's WIPocalypse SAL...

Nativity by TW

Nativity 11/1/08

Polar Lights Sampler by Chatelaine

Polar Lights Sampler 12/27/12, Uploaded from the Photobucket iPhone App

QS Pegasus and Castle Bubble by HAED/Josephine Wall

QS Pegasus and Castle Bubble 1/9/12

Dragon Moon by HAED/Lisa Victoria

Dragon Moon 1/1/12

Fish City by Stoney Creek

Fish City 8/30/12

Garden of Wishes by HAED/Molly Harrison

Garden of WIshes 1/1/12

Watergarden by Chatelaine

Watergarden 6/5/

The Storyteller by TW

Storyteller 1/1/12

Fantasy Triptych by TW

Fantasy Triptych 6/14/12

QS Pirate Dragon by HAED/Lisa Victoria

QSPirate Dragon 2/2/13, Uploaded from the Photobucket iPhone App

Dragon Master by HAED/Myles Pinkney

HAED Dragon Master fabric, Josh holding my Dragon Master fabric- at over a yard long, it's taller than he is!

No real starting pic for that last one. I did start it on 12/31 but there are so few stitches in at this pint that it really doesn't deserve a pic yet. I hope to change that a little later this year as soon as I'm done with QS Pirate Dragon. This is the list of potential starts for the year. I'm going to try to stick to it with the possible exception of some ornaments or possibly some other new start if we get to take our long trip to Poland.

~Pretty Pumpkins by Glendon Place (not started)
~Frosty Woodland Pillow by Donna Giampa (not started)
~Holly and Berries by Kandace Thomas (not started)
~Mill Hill Christmas Village kit (not started and I haven't decided which one I want to do this year but I want to stitch another one)

Good luck everyone, see you all next check-in!


Kat said...

Wow! So many beautiful projects. I can't wait to see how they stitch up.

ricketyjo said...

I love your choices. Best of luck for 2013, I can't wait to see how you get on :)

Anne said...

Beautiful projects! Happy stitching with them! :)

Astrids dragon said...

And here I am, worried about starting ONE haed! Good for you, I'm looking forward to seeing your progress!

Anne said...

Hello, my Dear! I've come to you from The "Grow Your Blog" party...it was over before I knew about it, but it was so nice of Vicki to leave the list up! Anyway, I always welcome new blogs to enjoy, and yours is delightful! I am now following you ~ please come and visit me if you get a chance!
So nice to "meet" you!