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
  2. Samplermakers Spring Sampler - Finish
  3. Joan Elliott Faces SAL (2 blocks) - WIP
  4. Chatelaine Gardens of London
  5. Nora Corbett Gathering Eggs - WIP
  6. Amanda Butler Alice in Wonderland
  7. Lin Pulsion Bubbles of Happiness
  8. Just Nan Scream House
  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 5
  16. Hands on Designs Scary Apothecary 6
  17. Just Nan Summer Sampler Follow the Needle
  18. Just Nan Witchy Mice  - Finish
  19. CCN Halloween Village 2  - WIP
  20. CCN Halloween Village 3
  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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