Monday, 6 October 2014

Wipocalypse - September 2014 report...

Oh dear ... almost October post time (2 days time!). So what I will do is post only one update for now (a photo I took before moving at the end of August ... that way it is fair and all the progress that belongs to October will be hopefully up soon.

Christmas Candle (HAED):

July 2014

September 2014
 I have essentially worked on filling in more hair.  And you can see most of it done here:

September 2014 closeup
Unfortunately I had to leave this wip behind up North due to its size. I will try to work on it the next time I visit, but not much progress will be done on this one for some time.

Till soon,

P.S. Who is your favourite person to stitch for, or do you prefer to keep your stitching yourself? I tend to mostly stitch for me or rather my box of finishes, but I do also stitch for mum (remember the Fizzy Moon bears, and attempt at Sara Moon for 2 birthdays ago that is still in progress), and also for selling (remember the gingerbread man?). 

Click HERE to see it on Etsy

Isn't he cute ... all ready for Christmas. Albeit it was last year that I stitched him (but a little too late for Christmas). There are some biscornus also available.  And just one more picture down the memory lane of my favourites (with the Snowflower Diaries design on that sold last October):


  1. Lovelu stitching on the HAED design. I like stitching for anyone really. I keep some for myself but I also love to give pieces away.

  2. Nice stitching on the HAED.

    I usually stitch for myself, but I just started (well, am about to restart) a HAED for my mother. I've also stitched for my grandmother and my aunt.

  3. Lovely stitching on your HAED. I normally stitch for other people, as I stitch in exchanges and often give away other pieces I have stitched.

  4. Your HAED is looking amazing!

    I like to stitch for close family, close friends and myself!

  5. Your head is looking stunning
    I stitch for myself and for gifts and for exchange too :)
    Hugs x

  6. Your HAED is looking great!! I usually stitch for my home . I have done few for my mum earlier.

  7. Your HAED is coming along great. Shame you had to leave it behind but it may be a case of absence makes the heart grow fonder and you will be a stitching demon when you get the chance again? Haha :D

    I mainly stitch for myself and occasionally close family and friends, and only people who I know will appreciate the time and effort gone in to it.

  8. Great progress! I love those little zippered bags - they're so cute :D

  9. Beautiful progress on your HAED! You had to leave it up North? Where's up north? Love your zippered pouches! So adorable! I usually stitch for family at Christmas and throw in a small here and there for some bloggy friends and myself.

  10. Loving your HAED, she's coming along! The zip bags are very cool, especially the floaty girl one. Alicia xo