Monday, September 28, 2020

WIPocalypse Update for September

 

It's time for another WIPocalypse update.  I didn't have a lot of stitching time this month, so I just worked on the same three projects as I did last month.  

Shown above is my "Pandemic Sampler" - looking bright and happy (which I need right now).  I am stitching it on 18 count fabric with Prism "tie-dye" floss.


On "Berry Patch Rooster", I stitched more of the border.  It's moving along a bit more slowly than I had hoped, but at least it keeps progressing.


I put the most stitching time this month into "Women of the Mayflower".  I stitched the entire border (long armed cross stitch), and added all of the names - alternating with dark blue and dark red.  

Question of the Month: Are you a seasonal stitcher, or can you stitch on any holiday/seasonal stitch at any time of year?

I enjoy working on seasonal projects as the seasons change, however I will stitch holiday/seasonal projects at any time of the year.  So - both!

I guess that's all I have this month.

Happy Stitching!




 

 

2 comments:

  1. Always happy to see your "women of the Mayflower", it looks so nice. Amitiés. xxx

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  2. Your Pandemic is so bright and fun! Nice work on the other two projects too.

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