Archive for January, 2012

WIPocalypse list

January 4, 2012

I have a day at home without Logan here so that means I can actually get onto a computer! It’s easy enough to nurse while I type, and that’s mostly all Amelia does at this point when she isn’t sleeping. I’m planning to add more pictures of the kids from Christmas and all, but they are (slooooooooowly) uploading to flickr right now so I figured I’d type up my WIPocalypse list for the SAL that Measi has organized.

1. “Nova” by Genny Morrow, 44% done

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2. “Mermaid Treasure Box” by Chatelaine, less than 5% done

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3. “Mystery 4” by Chatelaine, 40% done

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4. “Taj Mahal Garden” by Chatelaine, 18% done

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5. “The Guardian” by Teresa Wentzler, 12% done

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6. “Footprints” by Teresa Wentzler, 12% done

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7. “25 Days” by Sam Sarah Designs, 85% done
Top of banner:

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Bottom of banner:

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Ornaments:

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8. “Quilt Mystery” by Chatelaine, 26% done

(squares 1-4 done, this is square 5 progress)

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9. “Venice Mandala” by Chatelaine, less than 5%  done

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10. “Augusta” by Mystic Stitch, less than 5% done

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11. “Twilight Pearls Leaf Ball” by Just Nan, 5% done

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12. “Nativity Kit” by Janlynn, 30% done

Nativity overall before last 2010 progress:

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Wiseman after last 2010 progress:

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13. “Blooming with Inspiration” by Blue Ribbon Designs, 5% done

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14.  “Hanky Pysanky” by Ink Circles, 15% done

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15. “Hawaiian Garden Mandala” by Chatelaine, 33% done

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16.  “Medieval Town Mandala” by Chatelaine, less than 5% done

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17. “Hallelujah” by Little House Needleworks, 5% done

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My plans are to not start any new projects until I get under 15 WIPs, with one exception. Spot 17, “Hallelujah” is my only small travel piece. When I finish it I  can replace it with another small travel piece, etc. No medium or larger starts until I get under 15 WIPs.

Okay, I’ve updated my post now to include pictures of everything that I have started. Aside from small ornament-sized projects, I don’t plan to have any new starts this year, so my list is pretty much complete!