On to the challenge! I have thoroughly enjoyed this challenge! The variety was great, and even though I sometimes wanted to continue with a certain piece, I really enjoyed starting them all. I think the preparation was just as much fun, deciding on charts, kitting them up, visiting some local LNS for supplies (always a treat!). So here are the final starts for me:
Noah's Ark Sampler by The City Stitcher
This one was actually a WIP if you can believe it! Ha! Ha! I had like 3 stitches in it before. I have to admit I wasn't feeling it, so I didn't get much done on this one.
In March and In April by The Goode Huswife
This is another WIP. I worked on the grass and the house a bit. I really do want to finish this one this year, I really like its primitive and drab colors.
No Bees No Honey by Birds of a Feather
And finally, I worked on this one which I thoroughly enjoyed. I did have to enlarge the chart on my printer so my olde eyes could see those tiny darn symbols. This is being worked in Gentle Art sampler threads(which are one of my personal favorites) on 32ct. pearled barley.
Are you noticing that that is only 14 new starts? Well I worked on this one again on Day 15, because I really like it!.
So now that I am able to work on what ever I like, it will probably be Days of Advent and I'll pick a small one to work on to keep myself from feeling bogged down(big projects can do that to me sometimes!). What a fun time, and I have really enjoyed seeing all of the other starts around blogland!