Saturday, December 15, 2012

15 for 2013...

I joined a group on facebook, CrossStitchCrazy2013, that in 2013 we will work on our list of 15 projects to complete in the year.  I am stoked about this opportunity and can't wait to start!  So glad I have several qsnaps!!

Here are my 15:

# 1 The Legend of the Dogwood Tree - This one may take the entire year! (just started this one)

#2 Country Bloomers (This is a WIP)

#3 Months of the Year Sampler (WIP)
Charts can be found in this book:
365 Tiny Cross Stitch Designs

#4 & #5 are both Tribal Charts by White Willow Stitching
I received these as part of a Stashmas gift on another group!  I think they will be quick stitchings!  Part of the gift was also special linen fabrics to coordinate!

#6 To Everything There is a Season

#7 - #19 (Yes I know I am going over 15...but I can't just do 15)
The rest of the charts can be seen here.  I have been eyeing these cottages all year!  Take a look at them here at Country Cottage Needlework


  1. I love the look of the Dogwood Tree design- never seen it before! The seasons have always been a favourite too....

  2. The months of the year looks so cute!

  3. I love those cottages too - I have started to purchase them one a month- but not stitching yet Love your choices esp Everything there is a Season

  4. You have wonderful choices! I'd love to see the Tribal charts on the special linen that you have. Is it blue? The monthly cottages are so pretty. To Everything There is a Season will be beautiful! Happy Stitching in 2013!

  5. Yes Debbie! The special linens are in blue and green!! I may need some kind of magnification to use them though as it is tiny!!

  6. Great choices! I also joined that group on facebook and I am looking forward to it! I am loving seeing all of the choices everyone has made.

  7. I just found your blog and signed on as a follower. Good luck with your 15 projects, I have done some of the, I loved doing Country Bloomers, Everything there is a season was fun too. Now in both cases for me they took more time than I thought but were fun. I did them several years ago.