Tuesday, January 10, 2012

WIPocalpyse Check-in Post #1

There was a Full Moon on January 9th so time for the very first 2012 WIPocalpyse update.

To be honest, I have a ton of unfinished cross stitch and embroidery projects that I haven't touched in months but there is one that I have been regularly working on for three months now.  I'm determined to finish it so it's on my list for the 2012 WIPocalypse. Back in September, Artecy Cross Stitch had a free pattern of a painting called Ready for the Morning Ride that I really liked because it was of a donkey and a dog.  (It's available for sale on their site now.)  Even though it was not my usual kind of x-stitch, (I like the quickies that I can turn into little ornaments), I decided to do this one.  I'm using 18ct Aida so it's going to be 13" X 9" when it's finished.  (Sounds like someone is going to get a really big ornament!)

Here's a picture of it I took on January 3rd.


And here's how it looks as of today.  I know it doesn't look like it but I swear there really will be a donkey and a dog in there!


If you'd like to join the 2012 WIPocalypse, go go Measi's Musings and read all about it.  Remember you have until January 15, 2012 to become an official participant and qualify for a prize at the end of the year, but you can join at anytime.

6 comments:

Ziggyeor said...

That's all right somewhere in my big piece is a dragon. I know the feeling but it's looking good!

Mangogirl said...

great progress

Loralynn said...

Not an easy project! I can see the top of the dog's head...great job Patty!

Loralynn said...

Okay...so I'm a tard. After looking at the full picture...what I thought was a dog's head is actually the donkeys butt. Does that make me a horses...um...never mind... lol

Threeundertwo said...

Ha Ha wait till you see the focal character of my piece. So tiny! I'm really impressed. I don't know if I could do something that huge on 18. 14 is about my limit these days.

I might have to join this WIPocalypse.

Miri said...

I know how small 18 ct. Aida is so I can see a lot of progress and I think I see the top of the dog's head! Can't wait to see more.