Sonntag, 24. April 2016

WIPocalypse - April edition

Time is just flying by and it's time for another WIPocalypse again. So here is what I accomplished this month:

First up is Supersized Ride of the Yokai, I finished my second (partial= page on it.
And after:
I also did some more work on the Haed challenge. 
QS Trapped has 30 colors in now, the lady does have a mouth and an nose now, the next thing I'm working on are her eyes (so she looks less creepy).
Here she is now:
And then I also have some progress to show on Kreimhilds Revenge, she is currently on my frame and didn't get a lot of stitches since you last saw her (just a partial column and one full column):
And now:
She is so much fun to stitch =) I'm not sure if I'll be able to put her down once page 22 is done, maybe I will just continue and finish the third row =)

This months question is "What do you listen to while you stitch?"

Well, actually, a lot! I also have something to listen to. 
Most of the time it's an audiobook. I have an audible account and get one audiobook each month. I already own about 60 audiobooks and sometimes I listen to them more than once. 
I also like to listen to music or floss tube (I usually end up not really watching but listening to other people talk...). Other times the Tv is on (bf love watching tv) or I am watching /listening to movies with Bf. There is no silence here when I am stitching ;-)

If you want to have a look at everyones progress, take a look over here.

I guess I will do a post with my progress on my non-Haeds in a few days, I am somehow always putting that off :D 

Happy stitching! =)


  1. I just discovered Audible and I love it. Its so much easier to focus on my stitching while listening to a book instead of watching a tv show. I will confess that I'm not able to stick to the on book a month though. Between stitching and work, I've already been through three books and am on my fourth. ;) Lovely stitching, the colors in Ride of the Yokai are so enchanting.

  2. Trapped doesn't look creepy at all. The blue grid lines makes her look like her eyes are closed. [LOL] All your stitching progress looks great! I'm a radio listener myself, I get too caught up in the audiobook to stitch.

  3. Lovely progress as usual. I love that you started with her face on Trapped. Can't wait to see her eyes. Kreimhild is really coming along! It looks like you are really close to a row finish. I think you should go for it. :)

  4. Great progress on all 3 of these lovely projects!

  5. Lovely progress. HAEDs are addicting.

  6. Beautiful colours on Yokai, and congrats on another page finish. I'm glad the eyes will be worked on for Trapped, she does look a litte eerie. And Kreimhilds Revenge, she is one of my fav wips of yours. A third row finish sounds like a great idea. Good work stunner
    xo Alicia

  7. Great work on your projects this much. I love it when you don't want to put a project down!

  8. Wonderfu BAPs, my dear. I usually watch TV whilst I stitch but sometimes I listen to an Audible book, instead.


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