Thursday, March 5, 2015

WIPocalypse Update #3...

Happy March everyone!

I apologize for disappearing, but the end of February and beginning of March have been absolutely crazy!
Work has had me hopping (and painting) and I've been busy helping my son with his science fair project. (Honestly, I never thought it would take up so much time, but it did.)

Well, the science fair project is done!

And, I am almost caught up on orders...
...of course, the minute I think I'm caught up, more come in! (But, I am not complaining!)

So, I haven't had a lot of extra time to stitch...
And, when I sat down and started to think about my WIPocalypse projects, I realized, I only have one, new picture to share...

I was able to put in some work on the "Enjoy God's Work" kit (which is going to be a gift)...
(Here is where I left off last time.)

And, where I am now...
Not a lot to show, but it is progress!

Honestly, I haven't stitched much the last few days, just too tired...
But, my fingers are itching to get back to work, so hopefully, I'll have more to show when it comes to my Turtle Trot update! (Fingers Crossed!)

Well, it is time for me to get back to painting...
...hope everyone is having a great start to the new month!

I almost forgot, the topic for this month...
"If money – and time – were not limiters, what projects would be on your stitching bucket list?"
I would love to stitch the 2015 Story Time Sampler and 2014 Once Upon a Time Sampler (both by The Frost Pumpkin Stitchery).  I have admired these pieces for quite some time and I adore the pictures I've seen of other stitchers' progress on them...
Hopefully one day I will be able to work on (and complete) them!


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    1. Yep, it has been a very busy month! :)

  2. What an eclectic program, painting, science and cross-stitch, wipocalypstic! Amicalement.

    1. Some days, I never know where they will lead! :)
      Thanks for stopping by Jocondine!

  3. My son isn't old enough for science fair projects yet as he is only in kindergarten :) but I never imagined how much homework I would have when he started school LOL. The science fair project looks great! And any size progress is good in my eyes! :)