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WIPocalypse and 19 in '19

WIPocalypse thanks to Measi of Measi's Musings

The focus of my WIPocalypse will be my "19 in '19" which are 19 charts I want to stitch in 2019 (following on from my "11 in '11", "12 in '12" etc etc)

  1. Lavender & Lace - Enchanted Alphabet  - WIP
  2. Chatelaine Designs - Gardens of London - WIP
  3. Lyndisfarne - Discworld Map - WIP
  4. Nora Corbett - Gathering Eggs - WIP
  5. Mrs Peggotty - Alice and Flamingo  - Finish
  6. Just Nan - Summer Typography  - Finish
  7. Nora Corbett - Raven
  8. Satsuma Street - Nest Egg - Finish
  9. Marie Suarez - My Lovely Sewing Tools - Finish
  10. Cottage Garden Samplings - Hallowe'en Alphabet
  11. Primitive Needle - Mystic Sampler
  12. Just Nan - Wee Witchy Mice
  13. Mirabilia - 25th Anniversary Cameo  - WIP
  14. Just Nan - Summer Night  - Finish
  15. Mill Hill - Easter Egg - Finish
  16. The Sweetheart Tree - Merry Christmas Bell Pull
  17. Dragon Dreams - Never Too Big
  18. Sue Hillis - Victorian Christmas Tree
  19. Ink Circles - Poinsettia - Finish

The WIPocalypse posts are the last Sunday of each month

My other SALs are

The People's Choice - posts on the first Saturday of each month - theme in sidebar
Fully Finished Gallery - show anything you have FFO'd on the 10th
Gifted Gorgeousness - post anything gifted on the 15th
Hallowe'en Ornie Blog - a different spooky theme each month
Christmas Ornie Blog - a different festive theme each month
Smalls SAL - last Friday of each month
The TUSAL - post on the New Moon each month


Measi also sets discussion topics for each month:

January 6 – Introduce yourself, your projects, and any goals you have for the year!
January 27 – What SAL’s are you participating in this year?
February 24 – What do you listen to while stitching?
March 31 – What newer designers and product creators (fabric or floss dyeing, etc) out there have you discovered and recommend?
April 28 – Talk to us about your longest-running WIP or UFO.
May 26 – Where do you love to shop for stash?
June 30 – Half-year recap:  How are you doing with your goals so far this year?
July 28 – How do you get yourself out of a stitching drought?
August 25 – What do you have on your stitching bucket list?  (for example, specific projects, designers, fibers, etc)
September 29 – What finishing style have you never tried but would love to do?
October 27 – Do you prefer to stitch on a rotation or one project at a time?
November 24 – What new stitches or techniques did you learn this year?
December 29 – Recap your accomplishments for the year! (Your finishes, your final before/after photos, etc).

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