WIPGO is a little challenge/game on Facebook. It was created several years ago to get stitchers to work on their WIPS but it can be new projects, or it can be WIPS. It’s just a fun game . . no prizes other than what we award to ourselves, no pressure.
Originally, I had a lot of projects listed and my goal for all of them was to work 48 hours on them – each one of them.
There’s a chart with 24 squares. Each month, the lady who started this project will give out two random numbers 1 – 24. Those are the projects we are to work on. Some have goals listed as “complete one page of the chart” or “stitch for X number of hours” or “stitch X number of stitches” and so on.
I changed mine and all of my goals are 20 hours of stitching on each one. Here’s my chart, and I don’t expect to make any more changes.
Since we never know which numbers will come up, it was going to be hard for me to list any of the projects on my scheduled list (sidebar) because what if in January, they call the number I have listed for G. Leger, which is my Valentine’s Day start? So I have 7 squares that say “Any 2022 Scheduled Start”.
With two numbers being called each month, that means I have to work 40 hours per month just on WIPGO. I can do that. I don’t really have a clue how many hours some of these projects take. It’s kinda hard too because an hour without interruptions rarely happens but that’s life. I can use my phone as a stop watch and stop and start it as I need to and see how that goes.
Between WIPGO and not buying in 2022, I’m ready for it to start and see how all this goes. I feel like I’ve prepared for something big and now I’m just waiting for it all to begin.