I'm a bit late for my WIPocalypse post, but better late than never, right? You can see the other entries here.
So here is what I did this month!
I did some more work on my Sheep in the Meadow (until I ran out of the green Weeks Dyeworks - I don't know how that happened, maybe it was not meant for stitching with two threads), so we went from here:
Next up is Rheingold by Kinuko Craft Arts (Haed), which I picked up again a few days ago. I haven't worked on this for nearly one year and have done some 500 stitches so far
The last one I worked on is another new start. I took one of my Dimensions Gold Petits on holiday with me and this is how far I got:
I spent a lovely week by the north sea. One day we went to the island Juist, which was truly beautiful. Here is a picture I took by the beach there:
Here is another picture (from the mainland) I took on holiday and want to share. We went to the lighthouse in Campen, it is the highest lighthouse on the mainland in Germany. So we climbed 320 steps to the top and enjoyed a beautiful view:
But now back to WIPocalypse. Measi wants to know about a story about a finished project.
I decided to pick one of my first finishes:
I got my first Haed in 2011 (Kreimhilds Revenge), I think I started in March, and signed up for the 2012 Haed Freebee SAL after watching people work on the 2011 SAL ( didn't dare joining then). I picked QS Bookend Kitties by Kayomi Harai:
The design is 143x143, so it was a good size to finish in one year (you know, back in the days you could choose one of 6 charts and depending on how much you finished of the chart by the end of the year, you got some of the other charts as a reward. I think you had to finish the chart to get all 6, so I finished this on the 30th October 2012:
Ok, I think that's everything I have for today. I hope to share another update on Rheingold soon and since another skein of Weeks Dyeworks arrived, I hope to pick up Sheep in the Meadow again soon.
Happy stitching =)