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WIPocalypse and 20 in '20

WIPocalypse thanks to Measi of Measi's Musings

The focus of my WIPocalypse will be my "20 in '20" which are 20 charts I want to stitch in 2020 (following on from my "11 in '11", "12 in '12" etc etc)

  1. Ernie Bishop - NOEL Letters
  2. Joan Elliott - Faces 1 Block
  3. Brooke's Books - Stitcher's Alphabet - WIP
  4. Chatelaine Designs - Gardens of London
  5. Lyndisfarne - Discworld Map  - WIP
  6. Nora Corbett - Gathering Eggs  - WIP
  7. Mrs Peggotty - Queen of Hearts   - WIP
  8. Just Nan - Christmas Friends - Finish
  9. JBW - 12 Days of Christmas Book 1- WIP
  10. JBW - 12 Days of Christmas Book 2
  11. JBW - 12 Days of Christmas Book 3
  12. JBW - 12 Days of Christmas Book 4
  13. Hands on Designs - Scary Apothecary 1 - WIP
  14. Hands on Designs - Scary Apothecary 2
  15. Hands on Designs - Scary Apothecary 3
  16. Just Nan - Winter in the Square - WIP
  17. Amanda Butler - Alice in Wonderland - WIP
  18. Just Nan - Autumn Mouse Needleroll
  19. Just Nan - a Sampler for the Summer Holiday (TBA)
  20. Country Cottage Needlework - Main Street 1 Chart

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
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 5 – Introduce yourself, your projects, and any goals you have for the year!

January 26 – What SAL’s are you participating in this year?

February 29 – Note Saturday check-in date! In honor of “Leap Year,” tell the story of a time you had to make some sort of a “leap” in stitching – taking the chance on a new style of stitching, attending a meetup or class, etc.

March 29 – Have you ever adopted a piece from someone else or gave up a piece to someone else? Which piece and why?

April 26 – Talk to us about your longest-running WIP or UFO.

May 31 – Tell us about a piece that you absolutely loved stitching.

June 28 – Half-year recap: How are you doing with your goals so far this year? Bonus question – what plans do you have for Olympics Stitching next month?

July 26 – What new charts or designers are catching your eye this year?

August 30 – Have you participated in any of the mystery SALs on Facebook (or other social media)? What do you think makes a successful mystery SAL?

September 27 – Are you a seasonal stitcher, or can you stitch on any holiday/seasonal stitch at any time of year?

October 25 – How do you choose what you’re going to stitch on next?

November 29 – What new discoveries did you have in the stitching world this year?

December 27 – Recap your accomplishments for the year! (Your finishes, your final before/after photos, etc).