WIP Busting Progress – February

One of the challenges I set myself for 2016 was to finish some of the Works In Progress I’ve had gathering for years.  I did state in that blog post that I wasn’t going to stop myself starting new projects, but that I wanted to end each month with fewer than I started with.  By the end of the year I’d like to have 50% of my starting number (which was 31), as well as having finished 50% of those original 31.

In February I started 13 projects, including some patches for swaps and more plushies.  I make a lot of those, have you noticed?

I finished 11 of those projects, as well as two WIPs from January, and one of the originals.

The original WIP I finished was the Cuddlebums wrap.  As mentioned in this post, with the wrong seller written.  I wrote a retraction post too.  This project has been absolutely beautiful right from the very start:


And it ended beautifully too.

2016-02-05 21.39.12

2016-02-06 12.53.31

2016-02-06 12.53.00

It’s so delicious and soft!

# of wips at end of January – 32

# of original wips at end of January – 28/31

Wips added in February – 13

Wips completed in Feburary – 14

# of wips at end of February – 31

# of original wips at end of February – 27/31




About Colette Horsburgh

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