WIP Wednesday

Following along with a growing trend on craft blogs, I’m now going to be writing posts on alternate Wednesdays talking about my crafting Works In Progress.

Since my last update I’ve made a little bit of progress.

My giant owl is coming along nicely…

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I’ve also just started a teeny tiny bear hat for my niece for Christmas.  Although at the moment it’s a little too teeny tiny…

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And then there’s this very cute purple bat cross stitch for Halloween…

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As you can see, there’s a bit of an animal theme going on at the moment.

The dress I was making for my niece got frogged.  It had sooo many problems!  It was very traumatic and I don’t want to talk about it.  I’ll be starting a new (different) dress soon.

I finished the mini green ripple quilt…

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I haven’t sent it to the premie charity yet though.  It’s been put somewhere safe so that I can send two or three together at some point in the not-too-distant future.

Of course, said last update was actually four weeks ago because my technical last update wasn’t much of an update.  I didn’t have anything to show because I’d been working on patches.  I’m trying desperately not to make any more patches at the moment because I appear to have developed a slight addiction to them.  I find myself doing patch after patch after patch and ignoring other WIPs.  And since I have projects with a Christmas deadline, I can’t make patches for a while.

About Colette Horsburgh

A 30-something creator/baker/writer/artist/crafter living with several (but not enough) scatty animals.
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