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Saturday, 6 December 2014

December WIPocalypse Recap of Accomplishments

WIPocalypse

WIPocalypse is hosted by Measi of Measi's Musings.

The main focus of my WIPocalypse this year is my "14 in '14" a list of 14 projects I wanted to complete in 2014.  In the last month I have worked on three of the list.  As this month's topic is a Recap of our Accomplishments over 2014 I will show you the progress on all 14 designs!  Do I hear a "WooHoo"?!!

1. Joan Elliott Green Goddess - Completed

2. Prairie Moon Thine is the Trick and the Treat - Progress as a WIP

Beginning of the year:

Now:

3. Maria's Wedding - Completed


4. Kat's Baby - Completed

Emily Peacock Circus Font

5. Teresa Wentzler You Were Hatched - Unstarted, carried over to 15 in '15

6. Primitive Hare Spooky Countdown - Completed


7. The Little Stitcher 12 Days of Christmas - 11 stitched, one to go!


8. Joan Elliott February Diary - UFO

9. Just Nan Winter Typography - Progress made on new start this year 



10. Firewing Dragon - Unstarted

11. Stitcheranon Chart - Unstarted, carried over to 15 in '15

12. A Mon Ami Pierre Noel Blanc - Completed


13. Shepherd's Bush Sampler - Unstarted, carried over to 15 in '15

14. Sam's Sampler Jannlynn Gathering Honey - Progress made on this WIP

Beginning of this year

Now

So far the tally is:

6 completed (I am including the Little Stitcher in this because it will be done for the TUSAL post)
3 progress made
5 unstarted or now UFO

That's not too bad, better than 2013 anyway when I had only 2 finishes, 3 WIPs and 8 not stitched!

I have set my target for my 15 in '15 and here is a nice collage of them.  No names on them yet, I wonder how many you can identify from the photo?

WIPs:
New Starts:



Finally, I must apologise to all the blogs I follow and comment on, I have not been visiting you all as regualarly as I would like.  Since working quite obsessively on Green Goddess I have discovered how much fun it is to stitch for long periods of time and internetting has been cut down accordingly.  Unfortunately that means my friends' blogs.  I will try to visit you more often!!




27 comments:

  1. Hi Jo

    Well done on your 2014 stitching, there's some lovely stitching there.
    Going to enjoy watching your 15 in 15 (:

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  2. Congratulations on your finishes and progress. Only know one of your new starts for sure, but love the dragon! Looking forward to seeing your progress in 2015.

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  3. In a word... WOW!!
    You have been busy and stitched an awful lot!
    But oh love your WIP stitching too.. looking forward to seeing progress :)
    Smiles :)

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  4. lots of great accomplishments in 2014, well done! Hmmm, I might join you with those two dragons, as well as the cubes, in 2015....

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  5. Great stitching and great stitching picked out for next year! I can't wait to follow your progress.

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  6. Awesome stitching and finishes this year Jo. You'll get them all done next year.

    Linda

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  7. oooh I recognize some of them, like the ones you just showed! And the Frosted Pumpkin (btw did you see the 2015 SAL? I about died on the theme eeee) and the "You were hatched..." dragon looks VERY familiar but I can't put my finger on why. I think it was something I saw on LiveJournal.

    G'luck on your goals, weee~ :D

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  8. You have had a great stichey year:)

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  9. Those are some wonderful pieces and congrats on the finishes.

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  10. Well done Jo, it does look like a LOT of stitching when you see them all together like that.
    I really like the kingfisher one in your 2015 collage

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  11. Good Sunday and good week!


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  12. You had some lovely projects this year, and next year's look just as lovely! I'll join you on the Halloween Town, need to get that finished as well :)

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  13. Lots of pretty stitching this year! And much more to come in the new year. :)

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  14. Lovely finishes this year!! Noel is my favourite and of course Green Goddess is gorgeous :) Good luck with new projects in 2015

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  15. Lovely stitching!!
    Waiting for the last ornament of the Xmas calendar! :)
    Hugs,
    Lili

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  16. You have gotten a lot of fantastic, and beautiful stitching in this year. Congrats!

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  17. Beautiful stitching! I love all your projects. Looking forward to more progress. I know how you feel about uninterrupted long periods of stitching. :-)

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  18. Well done Jo you achieved lots this year. A nice collection for next year too. I spy a new baby design......is it for you? Lol

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  19. I love this post, I feel like been invited in a great 2014 retrospective event of a famous artist,
    but where are the appetizers and petits fours ? xxx ;)

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  20. Wow, you have been busy! And now 15 this year?!

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  21. Gosh--you got a LOT done this year! And even more scheduled for next year! You DO realize the year counts go UP...? It is such a shame that sometimes we have to decide between stitching or looking at stitching... sigh...

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  22. It was great to see your recap of all you've accomplished this year. WOW you did great!
    Lovely new starts:) love Annette

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  23. That is so spooky. I very nearly ordered the Halloween cubes, and the Christmas ones too, yesterday! Maybe you having them in you 15 for '15 is a sign :)

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  24. Looks like an excellent stitching year. My favorite is definitely the Noel Blanc sampler. I'm so happy you finished it -- it's absolutely lovely! I'm in the same boat about visiting blogs ... there just isn't enough time in the day to do everything :(

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