When I listed my stitching plans, I told you that I would make sure to post a reminder ahead of time so that if anyone wanted to join and stitch along, you could make your plans – find the fabric and floss needed so here are the first quarter plans for 2022.
New Year’s Eve by Owl Forest – To get this chart, you’re going to have to check around to see where you might find it. Owl Forest has the pdf that can be purchased and downloaded immediately. Be sure to download the English version – unless you want the Russian version!
I know . . Christmas Eve is still in 2021 but this is a beautiful piece so if you want to join in, we’d love to have you. I’m not keeping up with who’s joining in but several of you have said you are. This one was Denise’s idea so make sure you follow along on her blog too.
New Year’s Day:
Elizabeth Eyles – 1799 – This is a SAL started by penelope_tucker on Instagram for Laura’s birthday (Brenda & The Serial Starter flosstube). The hashtag if you use IG is #laurasbigbirthdaysal.
Honest Abe. Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809.
G. Leger – This is one I’ve been wanting to stitch and a couple of blog readers wanted to stitch along.
Vince’s Birthday (March 1):
Because I’m not comfortable posting exact birthdays because so much can be done by using your birthday, I’m going to post all of our birthdays and start those projects on the first of the month. None of our birthdays really are on the first of the month.
Forever and Ever by Brenda Gervais
That is a lot of new starts. 2023 may be all about finishing WIPS.
So far, in 2021, I’ve finished 11 projects and think I can finish at least 2 more so let’s say I stitched 13 projects in 2021. I might even finish another one. I’d like to finish They Love Divine, A Changed World and Eliza M. Stone.
There may be others added but right now, there are only 12 projects listed that I plan to start. Someone will come along with a new stitch along that I want to start and if I really want to do it, I’ll do it.
So far this year, as I said, I’ve finished 11 projects and have 7 more that were started. If I do finish 2 more, I will have finished 13 and have 5 that aren’t finished. The 2021 projects are mostly smaller than the 2022 projects but I’m faster so I’m not real concerned about ending 2022 with too many WIPs.
If you see anything you want to stitch with us, get everything ready and let’s do it together!
P.S. I’ve already started my list for 2023. 🙂