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WIPocalypse and 21 in '21


WIPocalypse thanks to Measi of Measi's Musings

The focus of my WIPocalypse will be my "21 in '21" which are 21 charts I want to stitch in 2021 (following on from my "11 in '11", "12 in '12" etc etc)

  1. Ernie Bishop NOEL Letters - Finish
  2. Samplermakers Spring Sampler - Finish
  3. Joan Elliott Faces SAL (2 blocks) - WIP
  4. Chatelaine Gardens of London - WIP
  5. Nora Corbett Gathering Eggs - WIP
  6. Amanda Butler Alice in Wonderland
  7. Lin Pulsion Bubbles of Happiness
  8. Just Nan Scream House  - WIP
  9. Tiny Haunted Village by Various Designers
  10. Stoney Creek 12 Days of Christmas - WIP
  11. Carriage House Samplings Halloween at Hawk Run Hollow - WIP
  12. Mirabilia Fairy Idyll  - WIP
  13. Bothy Threads 12 Days of Christmas - WIP
  14. Hands on Designs Scary Apothecary Cackle Lozenges - Finish
  15. Hands on Designs Scary Apothecary Cauldron Cleaner - Finish
  16. Hands on Designs Scary Apothecary 6
  17. Just Nan Summer Sampler Follow the Needle  - WIP
  18. Just Nan Witchy Mice  - Finish
  19. CCN Halloween Village 2  - Finish
  20. CCN Halloween Village 3 - WIP
  21. CCN Halloween Village 4


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

January 31 – Tell us about a WIP on which you’ve really struggled to make progress. Explain its history. What appears to be the reason you’re struggling?

February 28 – What stitch-a-longs (SALs) are you participating in this year?

March 28 – What is your process for working on WIPs? Are you a one-at-a-time stitcher, a rotation stitcher, or something else?

April 25 – Have you found yourself to be more or less productive in your stitching during the Covid-19 pandemic?

May 30 – What was the first project you ever stitched? (whether you finished or not)

June 27 – Half-year recap: How are you doing with your goals so far this year?

July 25 – Have you ever attended a stitching retreat? If so, tell us about your experiences.

August 29 – Which of your project finishes made you the most proud? The most relieved?

September 26 – List five projects you have unstarted in your stash that you’d like to start something in the (relatively) near future.

October 31 – Do you prefer Halloween or Christmas stitching?

November 28 – What new discoveries did you have in the stitching world this year?

December 26 – Recap your accomplishments for the year! (Your finishes, your final before/after photos, etc).






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