I think this update might be a little anticlimactic. I've done pretty well showing you what I've drawn from the Sparkly Compote of Decree as the month has gone along. I may get to work on one more thing tonight, but then I'll be heads-down trying to finish my sock before the next club yarn ships! I had to spend one of my theme days trying to finish my ornament. Well, it's still not 3-D, but at least all the stitching's done.
Friday after I finished the ornament, I did get to do some work on another project pulled out of the SCOD.
Overall, March Madness went pretty well for me. I had a small finish, a WIP I was able to let go, and another project I decided wasn't actually started, so it doesn't belong in the SCOD after all. I had put it in there because the class practice piece wasn't done...I decided that's too loose a definition of a WIP for me. =)
Now it's time for...
Dip your needle into the vast swath of fabric dedicated to your BIGGEST projects!
I'm always sad to see March Madness go, but a little relieved to get back to some (relatively) more focused stitching. Of course, this is me, so I won't just be working on one huge project. I have some catching up to do with Toccata I, my EGA's group project. I also want to work on Autumn Queen again. I'll pick out at least one other big project...what will it be? Convent's Herbal Garden? Les Rubans? Peacock Tapestry? Something huge I start??? What would be your vote? Stay tuned. =)
Santa or elves
This one is going to be easy for me...I'm going to finish my Lapland Santa (finally!)
So how did you end up your month of madness? How are you going to tackle Amazon April? Please add your link below (to your wrap up post), and visit some other Themers if you can (everyone loves comments and encouragement!) Our next post will be on the 15th of April, when we'll check in with Amazon April!
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