Saturday, March 15, 2014

Theme-A-Licious March Madness (week 2)

The theme for this month is March Madness, "Work on something different every day... it's madness... of the funnest possible kind."  I used the Random Number Generator to pick a number from 1-96 for a WIP from my WIPocalypse list to stitch on each day.  I'll post an update every Saturday with the choices for the prior week.

March 8 - #12, I'll Get You My Pretty:  I stitched the moon, broom, and bat and it's finished!
I'll Get You My Pretty - FINISHED!
"I'll Get You My Pretty"
Designed by Sue Hillis
Sue Hillis Designs, Inc.
32 ct Voodoo Belfast linen from Picture This Plus
Started 1/11/2012, Finished 3/10/2014

March 9 - #42, Out for a Ride:  I stitched the rest of the snowman.  He'll get his scarf and hat next!
Out for a Ride update #3
March 10 - #16, Pac-Man:  I stitched more blue outlines.
Pac-Man update #3
March 11 - #20, The 12 Days of Christmas:  I finished this square with the hen.
The 12 Days of Christmas update #2
March 12 - #93, The Wave:  I stitched more blue sky.  This one is 28 pages and will take forever!
The Wave update #1
March 13 - #7, Flaming June:  I'm so excited that I finally got to stitch some orange!  I'm still on the first page and there are 25 pages in this one.
Flaming June update #8
March 14 - #55, Black Cat Alphabet:  I started filling in the cat using one strand of black and one strand of variegated steel gray blended together.
Black Cat Alphabet update #1
This is so much fun!  Maybe I should do this all year long!  LOL!

20 comments:

Bianca said...

What fun to see such a variety of projects. Great stitching!

Linda said...

You got so much done on each one Debbie. Congrats on the cute finish. I love the fabric color. I really love the way your filling in the cat on Black Cat Alphabet. It looks great on the orange fabric.

Linda

Shelly said...

Great finish! I really like that Voodoo Belfast too. I would do a number generator on my stuff but I just don't have a whole lot of stuff! I guess that's a good thing lol. Looking forward to pics of your daily stitching!

Laura said...

I love the linen on the Sue Hillis project. I've stitched that chart too but on natural linen. Yours is better!

sharine said...

Everything is looking awesome:)

Lulu said...

Congrats on the finish! Voodoo is a beautiful fabric that setts off your Halloween design perfectly.

Preeti said...

That's an interesting way to select stitching projects!! I like your flaming June project :)

Katrina said...

Yes, do it for the rest of the year! I like seeing all your progress on such a variety of projects :)

Julie said...

The new header make me smile when your blog opened up lol.
Lots of lovely stitches you've put in this week Debbie, well done.

Katie said...

Wohoo another fun week of fun pieces. Congrats on the finish!!! Too cute!

KimM said...

Loved the new header - I could hear the Wicked Witch's voice saying just that - HA! Lots of stitching for you - good girl!!!

Sheryl S. said...

Sounds like a good way to work on several projects. Maybe I should follow the idea to get my unfinished, abandoned items finished.

Angel Blue said...

How cool love the get you my pretty and pac man.

Linda said...

It's fun to see all the projects you are working on too.

Kaisievic said...

Love them all but especially the black cat alphabet.

Justine said...

I can't imagine stitching on something different every day! Well done for keeping motivated and making some good progress. Did you know that the Bothy Threads website has a link to your blog page with the Cut Thru SAL on it? I was just on there checking out their new charts and saw the link.

Karen said...

I love seeing all of the projects. What a great fun idea! Keep up the great work!

Stitching Noni said...

Love your finish! :o)

Vicky L said...

Congratulations on your finish! It is adorable. I love seeing your progresses. You are doing a great job!

geeky Heather said...

Woo hoo, the only thing better than March Madness is a March Madness finish!! Congratulations! But trust me, you only want to do this once a year.... =) Though I have thought in the past that it might be fun to do it during IHSW as well!