I made quite a bit of progress on Enchanted Christmas last week. Just a couple more blocks and the sleigh will really start to take shape. Still loving this project, and still want to get it done quickly, but I'm putting it away this week. I don't want to work on any one project so long I get burned out and lose interest. That's what happened last year with the cross stitching, and I wound up putting all of it away for most of the year. Slow and steady wins the race in this case.
I don't have a progress photo to share yet, but this week I'll be working on A Stitch In Time. This is one of two bookshelf designs I will be stitching. The artwork is by Aimee Stewart. I currently have 3 charts of artwork by her. Must figure out a way to live to be 200 so I can stitch all these lovely charts I have. I started this one in the bottom left corner, and today should see the little fox stitched. Progress photo tomorrow.
Just a tad bit of progress to show on Blackberry House. I had done about half of the border across the top, then decided I wasn't caring much for the color I chose. I was planning to use whatever colors I had in stash, but when I didn't like what I had stitched, I picked it all out and ran to JoAnn's for the called for DMC colors. Much happier with it now, and hey, the stash only grew by about 7 skeins. That's not too bad.
I finished up 3 colors on the little March pattern last week. Started working on the next one after snapping this photo. Hoping to have all the green finished this week. I'm trying to stitch one strand every day to keep progressing on these. Plus, I will be working on these during my Tuesday Skype sessions.
Made progress this weekend on Paul's stocking. Spent most of my stitching time working on the little boy this time. This is going much faster than I remembered it going when I first started it. Could it be that working on those gigantic HAED charts has changed my perspective a bit? Still enjoying working on this one, so it's going to remain my weekend project for awhile yet.
I finished the applique on the March wall quilt yesterday. This is now layered and ready for quilting. The sewing machine is all threaded up and ready to go. I should get this one done this week, just in time to hang for March. I think I'll finish up the February one after that, then move on to April. I've also cut out all the base pieces for May and June. I finally feel like I'm a bit ahead of the game on this project.