Montag, 28. Dezember 2015

Final WIPocalypse and GG SAL update for 2015

Well, it looks like December is already over so I thought I would do a final update on all my WIPs. Since I was so busy around Christmas I didn't manage to blog for the Gifted Gorgeousness SAL so here also an update on Middle Earth.

I hope all of you enjoyed a wonderful Christmas time with you family and friends. My Christmas consisted of a lot of eating and visiting family and friends and I got a few nice things as well =).


I guess this will be my last post for 2015, so here is a big update on what I accomplished this year =)

First up are my WIPs I started before 2015:

Kreimhilds Revenge by Howard David Johnson:
At the beginning of 2015:
I am currently working on this one. I stitched 3 1/2 pages so far and I guess I'll finish page 20 before the year is over ;-)
Next up is Das Rheingold by Kinuko Craft.
At the beginning of 2015:

I stitched only half a page on this, I'm not really happy with my progress but I somehow lost my mojo on this one =/ Maybe 2016 will be better.

Yule Angel by Anne Stokes.
At the beginning of 2015:
I managed to stitch two pages this year, on the pictures it looks like way more progress and I am really happy with my progress =)
Eternal Promise by Matt Stewart.
At the beginning of 2015:
I stitched one and a half page on this:
Starlight by David Hoffrichter:
I stitched one page this year. I hope to make more progress on it in 2016 since I really love working on this design:
The Map of Middle Earth Large (Retired)
I worked on this during the Gifted Gorgeousness SAL and did 10000 stitches ob this one. I plan to continue with this as a part of the SAL (which will hopefully be hosted in 2016) and hope to do at least 12000 stitches on it.

And I also made some progress on my non-Haeds, both are from the Dimensions Gold Collection:
Paris Market got a tiny bit of love:
 
I really hope it will grow somewhat in 2016 ;-)
I just noticed that I didn't work on Aurora Cabin at all? Well, I should change that :D
It still looks like this:

I could have sworn I worked on this,e specially since I really love this designs!

And here are my new start for 2015:
First up is Wolf Variant by Bente Schlick, which was my Jan-1st start. I stitched 1 1/3 pages on it:
QS Paddys Luck, I started this after handing in my master thesis and did 3000 stitches:
Danielle by Sarah Butcher, my big new start after handing in my master thesis :D the first page is done:


Supersized Iris Storykeeper by Josephine Wall - my first supersized pattern! I'm really happy with it, I stitched nearly two pages:
And I also started another non- haed by Dimensions called Wolf Kiss:
And last but not least, I had a finish this year! =) QS Theatre of the Absurd by Ciro Marchetti is done!
Before:
And now, in all it's glory:
So I guess those were all my stitches from this year, if I didn't miscalculate I did nearly 90,000 stitches this year which makes me more than happy =)

I hope to see all of you happy and healthy in 2016! =)

Kommentare:

  1. 90,000 stitches? Now that's impressive! What a great idea to show your annual progress on each of these beautiful large designs. Well done!

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  2. Wow fantastic progress in all your projects this year. 900000 stitches is amazing. Glad to hear you had a nice holiday season.

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  3. They're all lovely, I'm looking forward to seeing them grow in 2016

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  4. So much beautiful progress on all your wonderful pieces!
    Wishing you a happy and healthy 2016:)

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  5. Beautiful progress on all your wips, and congrats again on your finish! 90000 stitches is a lot! Wishing you the best of luck and a swift needle for 2016. :)

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  6. Beautiful stitching! I'm so impressed by all those HEADs - I'm sure you'll get lots more done in 2016. Happy New Year!

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  7. Beautiful stitching on all your projects. Kreimhild is my favorite, just stunning. I look forward to seeing your progress in 2016!

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  8. Wonderful progress! I will enjoy watching your progress in 2016

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