It has been a bit of a different start to the stitching year for me this year as I have joined several block of the month/annual challenge projects so I don't have any completed projects to show you for January.
One of the BOM projects I am stitching is the i-stitch-club designed by Gail Pan called Wish You Well. Here is the completed January block.
I have also joined in the #sew4thesoulhannemade challenge inspired by Anne Brooke of H-anne-Made. You can find details about it here. This is how my challenge piece looked after my additions for January.
This month I have completed my February block of the Wish You Well BOM by Gail Pan.
I have also made some additions to my challenge piece inspired by Anne Brooke of H-anne-Made.
I also have a completed project. This is another embroidery designed by Anne Brooke of H-anne-Made. It is her template three design. I really enjoyed stitching it!
March to July
It has been a strange and busy time the last few months but here are a few projects I have been able to complete......
A little stitch-a-long project called 'Tools of the Trade' designed by Laura Wasilowski.
Two little stitch-a-long projects designed by Hannah's Room.
Another little stitch-a-long project called 'Frieda's Nut House' also designed by Laura Wasilowski.
My finished 2020 Challenge piece hosted by Anne Brooke of H-anne-Made.
Another Laura Wasilowski project called 'Queen Poppy'.
Finally, I completed my 'Tone Down Sampler' project which was designed by Sue Spargo as a stitch-a-long on Instagram and Facebook.
So far this month I have completed two little projects. The first a project designed and shared by Laura Wasilowski called 'Home Sweet Home'.
The second a little Japanese-inspired rice bag loosely based on a pattern by K Z Stevens.
My final project finished in August was a sampler quilt inspired by Sarah of Pretty Fabrics and Trims called 'Sew a Little Happiness Every Day'.
My first finished project in September is a quilted camera case made for a birthday present I received earlier in the year.
Due to personal health problems no more projects were completed in 2020.
I hope your health issues are better.....You have some very fun things....ReplyDelete