Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Wipocalypse July

WIPocalypse check in again! But before that, just a quick note. I had a little time for some blog reading last night before I went to bed and tonight, but for some reason, if you have embedded comments, I can't comment from Google Chrome, I have to go to Internet Explorer, but when it wants me to sign into my account, the page is all in arabic and I have no idea what it's asking me, so sorry, no comments from me!

First up, a recap of what I achieved January - June:

1. The Mackintoshesque window
2. giant granny square blanket

3. Cotton granny squares - originally intended to be a blanket, now a cushion
4. crochet rug
10. Small vintage embroidery
11. Necklace kit from Spellbound
12. Necklace kit mum bought me
13. Tea wallets
15. Bathroom curtain
16. Picnic napkins
17. Wiggly bags 
19. Sewing machine mat with thread catcher
20. Ungar #2 
21. Fleece baby hat 
24. punch needle
26. mosaic house number kit 
32. Lynette Anderson needle case 
33. Silhouttes cross stitch
34. Scraperboard rabbit
37. Clay + Pebeo paint
48. Lavender sachets from hankies
49. Lunch bag
53. Red scarf with beaded fringe
57. Mega chunky cowl
59. Decopatch
61. Crochet hat for me in Hug
62. UTEE
63. Hat for Samantha

I have finished absolutely nothing, nada, nowt this month.  I'm failing miserably at this challenge.  Should we call it a half-way blip?  I did work on a couple of things.  Literally just a couple though...

My Wips

14. Alphabet chart - I have worked on this but haven't had a chance to blog it what with me being in Tunisia.

crafts /projects I have supplies for

54. Crochet cardi - all of 20 rows, burning up the crochet hook with that one!


So that's a measly, pathetic 0 WIPs from a total of 37 (projects left) done - 0%! 

Ah well, want to see the view from my hotel room instead?  


The items remaining list is not going down at all:
My WIPs
5. crochet Yoda
6. crewel Jacobean pattern
7. Crewel fire guard
8. Beaded embroidery dress
9. Dancers cross stitch
18. Chair covers
22. Applique tea cups

crafts I have kits for
23. Enamelling
25. Lace making
27. Mosaic tray kit
28. Beaded santa ornament
29. Silk painting
30. Origami

31. Hessian reindeer
35. Latch hook kit
36. Beaded lillies

crafts /projectsI have supplies for
38. Cathedral Windows
39. Tatting Course
40. Beaded Boxes
41. Sharp crochet hook
43. Hammering wire
44. Bead loom
45. Lino cutting
47. French knitting
50. Mum's chair covers
51. Jacob's quilt
52. Beaded bird panel
55. Crochet bag
56. Wedding memories box
58. Crochet fat friends (the other 7)
60. Lucet
64. Embroidered tablecloth
65. Kitchen curtains
66. Bunny jewellery - charm and ceramic beads
67. Paper beads

29th December 2012 = 67 projects.
26th January 2013 = 6 completed. 6 projects total. 61 to go
26th February 2013 = 5 completed, 11 completed total, 56 to go.

27th March 2013 = 6 completed, 17 completed total, 50 to go

25th April 2013 = 7 completed, 24 completed total, 43 to go
31st May 2013 = 2 completed, 26 completed total, 41 to go
30th June 2013 = 4 completed, 30 completed total, 37 to go
31st July 2013 = 0 completed, 30 completed total, 37 to go


And the projects added since Christmas?

a1 - Skill Builder sampler BOM
a2 - And Sew On... BOM
a3 - Daisy crewel alphabet sampler
a4 - Kumihimo braiding
a5 - Soft book animals

a6 - Hardanger SAL
a7 - CK Button kit (Christmas present from Mr CA)
a8 - fabric medium

a9 - Weekender bag

Next check in, end of August

Previous Wipocalypse posts:

June
May
April

March
February
January

8 comments:

Samantha said...

Ah, we all have to take some time off at least once a year! Just get back to it when you're home :) Why don't you work on some quick small things to get some knocked off and get your motivation back?

Melody said...

Firstly, such a great effort with all your finishes. Secondly I don't feel quite as naughty now as there is someone else with lots of WIP - grin

JoJo said...

I hear ya...I've got so many projects and ideas and I'm making slow progress.

Sandra :) said...

You've finished 30 projects - that's pretty good! It may not be as many as you want, but it's still a pretty good number!

Carrie P. said...

I wish I was seeing that view in person.
you have accomplished a lot this year.

Joy McD said...

Hmm... well, you have gotten a lot done at least!! Way more than me... sigh... Nice view :) How are you coping with Ramadan? xxx

Jane Galley said...

After all you did at the beginning of the year, i think you deserve a break. I am sure when some of the other stresses go, you'll be crafting full steam ahead.

Anita said...

To finish 30+ projects in a year is pretty good. Congratulations Wendy!