Sunday, May 19, 2019

YOP Week #47



Whoa Nellie!  Have I missed several weeks?  And is there really only 3 weeks left...I must have miscounted because that does not figure out to be July 1st.  Someone please help me...have I been 'off' all year and no one has said anything?
Anyway, I'm here and this is the last day of............
for me anyway.

  WIPs (works in progress):
1)  I chose to start 19 new projects as it is my first year of Stitch Maynia.  You can go look at my posts but really there's not much to see when one is just starting a cross stitch project.  Here is my last one for today.............
2) I have worked on sock #2 a bit but then Maynia took over.........I'm almost done with the heel flap.......
3)  I almost found time for sewing but first I had to cut and pin and by that time I had other things I had to do.....hopefully I'll make progress this week especially now that the Maynia crunch is over with for a bit.   This is the lining for the Frida Kahlo basket I crocheted for my daughter's birthday....last year....hopefully I can finish it for her birthday this year!
 Plus, I had to make more hand pies to use up the last 3 apples..............
Acquisitions:  None that you can see but I ordered them for my Mother's Day gift and they should be here this week!  I'm so excited and of course it is all crafty stuff!

New Starts Planned: they're all secret! LOL!

YOP Goals from last week:
*1.  work on sock #2
2. audition and cut fabric for Pickle Dish #6 of 11 solid ones
3. trim all completed xs
4. kit up house ornament
*5. work on Frida Kahlo basket
6. kit up and start Summer cross stitch
*7. get ready for Stitch Maynia and participate starting May 1st!


YOP Goals for this coming week:
1.  work on sock #2
2. audition and cut fabric for Pickle Dish #6 of 11 solid ones
3. trim all completed xs
4. kit up house ornament
5. work on Frida Kahlo basket
6. kit up and start Summer cross stitch
7. measure Grayson's blanket and keep working on it!
8. plan July gifts to make

TOP 10 (or more) WIP's:

1)  Pickle Dish
2)  Stars and Stripes Saturday - America x-stitch - done but needs finishing
3)  Amy's Frido Kahlo basket (July birthday) - done but needs to be sewn together
4)  Pin's embroidery
5)  socks
6)  C2C blanket for Grayson (July birthday) 
7)  Monthly Monday - HRH January
8)  Witchy Wednesday - Button-Eyed Cat
9)  Fall Friday -
10)  Santa Sunday -Old St. Nick - done but needs 'finishing' work
11.  Turkey Thursday
12.  Seasonal Sunday -Summer
13.  Santa Sunday - new house ornament

 Finishes so far in 2018-19: 
1.  4th of July cross stitch pillow/ornie
2.  Hitchhiker shawl
3.  Felici Hibiscus self-striping socks
4.  Felted wool loafer slippers with leather soles for me Sam
5.  washcloth (extra large) and back scrubber for Christmas or birthday for SIL
6.   Iowa Hawkeye hats for Sam and Grayson
7.  Techniques learned so far this year: a) knit cast on, b) reading a knitting chart, c) lace work, d) inserting and using a lifeline e) charting a graphghan
8.   dishcloth(s)...I need to count them
9. Cubs hat for Uriah
10. 12 days of Christmas Advent gifts
11. Cowl for Ben
12. Cowl for Tracy
13. Cowl for Natalie
14.  # 2018 Collectible ornaments for the grands
15.  Cowl for me or gift basket
16.  11 scrubbies for gift basket
17.  1 pot handle cover for gift basket
18.  Ben's Bear's hat
19.  Falling Leaves Scarf
20.  Tissue Box Cover - 5 of them!
21.  Granny Square Shawl
22.  Kathleen Tracy doll quilt
23.  Pumpkin Spice Farm xs
24.  Spring xs

 Please stop by and see all the other fantastic projects that other YOP'ers are working on.
Happy Trails!!!


10 comments:

  1. Whoa......it is week 47 and there are 5 weeks left in YOP. I got my counting off some time back too but finally figured out where I went wrong.

    With all your XS I am surprised you found time for anything else. How do you fit it all in per day? Does Arkansas have more hours in their days? LOL

    I have been keeping you on my prayers with all the bad weather in the area. My Sister in law lives and east TX and had a huge pack fall on her house from all the wind and rain. Hopefully you are safe as are your fur babies.

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  2. Those hand pies look great! I hardly ever make a pie because we would have to eat it all! Your projects are all coming along! :)

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  3. Mmmm Apple pie 🥧 yum! I didn’t notice you were off on your week count until you just pointed it out. Hopeless. I love your xs projects so far, so I’m sure I’ll love these new ones too.

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  4. Love all your sewing projects and you keep quite a list to work on! The hand pies look yummy. I make fried pies...not as healthy though! lol Enjoy your week!

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  5. I got lost just reading your lists! How do you keep it all straight? I am impressed by your finishes too. Every year I say I'm going to keep track of everything I finish and I do great...for about 3 weeks and then I forget to write them down.
    The pies look yummy too.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  6. You go girl. Maynia indeed!! I am gonna check out the pattern for that crocheted bag.

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    1. It's by Crafternoon Treats from several years ago but it was a free pattern. If you need more info just let me know.

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  7. I hope the weather has treated you well.
    But oh my giddy aunts - 19 new projects! I don't now how you fit it all in. From what I can see they all look great as well.

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