Work in Progress Wednesdays

This week, I don’t have a progress report to share with readers as my class has kept me very busy.

But that does not mean regular Work in Progress folks miss out as I  am opening up this post for those who use the weekly progress challenge

Work in Progress Wednesdays (WIP Wednesdays)  is not exactly a challenge as it is more like a support group! The aim is to encourage people to complete  languishing projects or WISPs (Works in Slow Progress) or completing UFOs (unfinished objects) or those in the process of de-stashing.

So if you have something you want to share please do! Leave a comment below with  link so we can visit and see what you have done. Remember to include the http bit of your web address  as then it will become a link that folks can click on to visit your place online.

If you want to know more about Work in Progress Wednesdays visit the FAQ.


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6 Responses to Work in Progress Wednesdays

  1. Pamela says:

    I finished my hussif this week and am so pleased with it! I hope you will take a look and let me know what you think – http://hokkaidokudasai.blogspot.jp/2014/07/work-in-progress-wednesday-hussif-finish.html

    Thanks!

  2. queeniepatch says:

    Two more stitches on the TAST Reference Chart, two new leaves on the Swedish cushion and a grinning face on the collar. See it all at:
    http://queeniepatch.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/wipw-uk-stitching-in-progress.html

  3. Renee says:

    I am so glad I began participating with WIPW. Thank you, Sharon!

    I finished sewing together the top of my Winter/Christmas Wall Quilt this week. The next step will be to hand quilt it with more embroidery.

    http://monkeyandmutt.blogspot.com/2014/07/wip-wednesday-073014.html

  4. I’ve done some more on my peacock feather this week:

    http://sew-in-love.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/work-in-progress-wednesday-30-july-2014.html

    I think I started this one back in September 2008, making it quite possibly my longest adult WISP. (I say ‘adult’ as I did have some bits and pieces unfinished on childhood needlepoint kits, but that’s not the same!!)

  5. I finished the embroidery I think, now to make it into something.
    http://linsartyblobs.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/wool-patchwork-part-3.html

  6. Janie says:

    I’ve been busy but managed to add some bullion, stem stitch and french knots, here, http://crazyvictoriana.blogspot.com/