Sunday, 28 December 2014

My 2015 Stitchy Aims !!!!

I have been thinking and thinking about my aims for next year.  My sewing aims for this year went out the window, even though I did have quite a successful year with 20 small finishes and completing five pages of my dolphin project.  I think what's stalling me at the minute is that I have just more WIPS than I am comfortable with.  I have approx. 14 larger WIPS at the moment and I just feel like that is a little overwhelming and I didn't touch any of them last year.  So what I've decided to do is to have no aims as such but to just take five projects and focus on them for the year.  I am going to go back to a rotation and work a page each on the five projects before going back to the beginning.  When I complete a project I will replace it with a project from my WIP pile.  I am hoping I will be able to make a real dent in my larger projects then this year.  I will supplement this with continuing to work on smaller projects when my brain is too frazzled to work on anything more complicated !!!!!  I will write another page so that you can look at my projects and their progress.  This is my proposed rotation:

1.  HAED Autumn Owl Trio (I am currently on page 2/20)


2.  Dolphins (I am currently on page 6/15)



3.  Linen Butterflies (I am currently stitching section 3/3)


4.  Heritage Stitchcraft, John Clayton Elegance Collection, Thomas (I am currently stitching section 1/3)


5.  Fractal Bookmark 268 (I am currently stitching page 3/6)


That should keep me busy !!!!!

Happy Stitching Everybody !!!

6 comments:

  1. 5 lovely projects. I will look forward to seeing your progress on them this year. x

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  2. They look like some great projects you have planned! I will look forward to watching them grow! :)

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  3. What a lovely selection of projects and some of them has a great amount stitching in them.

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  4. Sounds like a great system. I do something similar. I'm looking forward to seeing your WIPS grow in 2015!

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  5. Well done on so many finishes this year. Lovely projects you have picked, lookomg forward to seeing your progress.

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