Saturday, 1 November 2014

November goals

OK, let's try again.  November has to be better than October!


Needlequest

This month is stumpwork.  I was going to do this for last month's 3d stitches (I didn't realise there was a difference!) so I don't feel I missed out now!

Something New for 2014

I hope to join in again this month, though perhaps not with as many entries as October.


A Lovely Year of Finishes

I'm going with the Mackintosh-inspired wall hanging again.  It just needs binding!

Craft Book Sew along

There will definitely be at least one entry this month, I have several books I need to review.

Rainbow Scrap Challenge


I'm not sure what the colour is this month is yet. I'm going to carry on making scrap buckets for each colour though.  

Smalls SAL

I want to finish the mini cross stitches of my bunnies and as I've only done the boys so far, I have 2 more to go.

2014 FAL Q4


1. Placemats to match my chair cushions from these scraps

2. Flower Patch bag using this kit


3. Hessian reindeer, bought many moons ago and now it's time


4. Mackintosh wall hanging, here's a photo of the pattern


5. Circle of Geese mini.  Remember this top?  I want to make a mini out of it.

6. Quilt And Sew On

7. Cuzco quilt - so close!

8. Applique cushion.  I'm going to FMQ this and make it into a cushion.

9. Mustn't forget the latch hook rug!  I will get it finished this time.  I said that last time too!


7 comments:

Chrissie said...

Sounds like a busy month! I love stumpwork, have fun xcx

Rachel said...

Have courage, I'm sure it will be a successful month!

Sandra :) said...

Good luck with your goals :D If any of those items are Christmas gifts you may want to put them at the top of the list, lol!

Cheryl said...

Great list for November, good luck!

Jane Galley said...

Looking forward to seeing what gets done this month. The colour for November is blue :)

margaret said...

certainly plenty to keep you busy this month Wendy best of luck there are quite a few things I am so looking forward to seeing completed

Gayle Fahrion said...

That's a lot of projects and a lot of variety!