Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Works in slow progress - could this be the finishing off month

Over at May Britts blog she has put out a challange for January to finish off as many WISP as possible. As usual I can't let a challange go by, so the other evening I dragged out just a few projects to finish off. There are actually ten in this photo,
1 - My Angel paper bag quilt from 2006
2 - My Ruths Quilt - Leanne Beasley design
3 - a Christmas trivet - made from fabric Tina gave to me from Canada
4 - a table runner started many years back - just the binding to go
5 - another sewing machine mat which I only cut out before Christmas
6 - My Basket block quilt I started in 2007
7 - A table runner started in 2006 from Debbie Mumm fabrics
8 - A Christmas Plum pudding stitchery to be made into a bag - Hatched and Patched pattern
9 - Just hangin for Christmas - Natalie Ross design from Christmas in July 2007
So sorry about the quality of the photo, who knows what went wrong - it will keep you all guessing as to exactly what all my WISP actually are. I think I will make sure that the photos of the finished projects are very clear so everyone can see what I have achieved. Good luck to all those who are trying to finsih off some WISP, I look forward to seeing what everyone achieves.
Until we meet again happy sewing and don't forget to enter the draw from my last post, I will be back on Friday to announce the winners.
Kerry

12 comments:

Bloom said...

Wow Kerry, what a fantastic list of projects to have in the pipeline. Can't wait to see each & every one of them! You'd better hop in to them before your classes kick in for the year! Happy stitching. Ros.

May Britt said...

Great projects. I guess the photo got blury because your mind where already finishing all these things and your eyes (camera) was jumping from one to another.

Chookyblue said...

gosh i haven't had a chance to find all mine yet but will have a search over the weekend.......

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

All sounds good in theory but I would stress over making the list let alone finishing the projects.

Lynda said...

Can be pretty frightening when you start to find all these WISP's. Hope you have fun finishing them. "Just Hangin' for Christmas" is a fantastic design. I made 3 - one for me, 2 for friends and they loved it.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Great list...looks like fun...

Tina said...

What is a WISP's? I am asuming it is a UFO. Gai said you made a great apron with some of the other canadian fabric. Good idea. Perhaps I will do that with some of my smaller canadian bits.
Have fun with your WISP's!!!!

Iris said...

I wish you good luck on the finishing !!!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Arrgghh... lists like that make me feel overwhelmed; and yet I love the satisfaction and pride associated with crossing projects off one by one as they are completed. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Hi Kerry,
Well I too can't think what WISP stands for, although I know it's a UFo! Good luck with them - I'm hoping to spend the whole year on my WISPs - apart from the necessary new projects of course :>)
Luv Steff

Anonymous said...

WISP... Yes well I have quite a few of these myself...LOL...but I have given myself a challenge to try and finish as many as I can this year LOL Too stressful just thinking of how many I have actually.
Love Vicki

Sarah said...

Good luck Lerry with your WISP!! Looking forward to seeing what you get done.
Sarah x