Oh my, I somehow thought I had a few more days until WIPocalypse, but it looks like the full moon is here again.
I don't have a lot to show this month. I have been working a lot and spent a lot of time reading or getting my garden ready for summer ( I got a huge amount of flowers, some peppers and some chilis. I also bought a cucumber but I think I killed it... I am an absolute noob when it comes to gardening... Will get a new cucumber soon and try again...), but I do have at least two updates for you.
As I explained earlier (I think) I got a bit confused by working at to many projects at once (really having 3 or 4 projects out and working on various pieces a day because I felt like I needed to get some progress into all of them), I decided to try concentrating on one project. The first one I finished was a small Mill Hill kit (I just can't take a good picture of it, the beads look so crappy! the pictures just don't do it any justice at all) called "Eastern Star Santa". I started him in March and while I was making up my mind with my project chaos, I finished him (just 2 or 3 evenings).
Then I decided to pic up QS Trapped for the second Haed Challenge, because this is my next deadline (June 15th).
So I got from here (last month, 30 colors in)
The big plan is to focus on this piece until it is done. If I really need a day or an evening off, I will work on something else (like tonight when I will finish that started column on Middle Earth), but I will try and finish the challenge.
Since last WIPocalypse I also did a bit more work on Kreimhild, I finished page 22 and I am sooo close to the magical 100 000 stitches mark. Just one and a partial page left until the row is finished, so I will return to her very soon to do that.
Here is what you last saw of her:
This months question is
What did you work on last year at this time and did you finish it?
Ok, about one year ago I handed in my master thesis (on 12th May to be precise) and celebrated it with two new starts - QS Paddys Luck and Danielle. Of course, I did not finish them, lol.
I already picked up Paddy this year and here is where he is at now:
As for Danielle, I made a start on page 2 (half way done):
So that's it for this month. If you are curious about how everybody else is doing, just hop over here and take a look!
I guess my next update will again be on Trapped, so we will see how her face is working out soon.
Happy stitching =)