New year, new work

New year, new work people!

Well . . . kind of. I’ve been slowly working on a project from last year this month. Witch Board by Cottage Garden Samplings has been on my to-do list since early last year. I’m mostly finished, I just have to do the border. That’s the problem though. I don’t like working on borders lol. At least I just have part of the bottom, and part of the one side left, then the sun, the other cat, and a giant bat. Oh, and the rest of the outline for ‘goodbye’. Anyways, this is what I have as of this morning:

New year new work
Witch Board

I did also finish that HP project . . .

All in all, it’s not bad. I did have a fair amount of fun doing it, which is surprising because when I tried embroidery as a kid I hated it. I think that’s just because I used regular non evenweave back then, and this is 28 count fabric. I will probably eventually buy the other patterns and make the projects but for now I’m taking a break from that. Here’s the first one though!

New year new work HP style
HP and the Philosopher’s Stone

As for the rest of this month:

With my ‘new year new work’ motto I’ve been spending a lot of time playing Kingdom Hearts II.5 in preparation for #3. It’s a fun game, to be sure, and I can’t wait to see what the 3rd main installment has to offer! ( I hear there’s going to be an Avenger’s level. I really want that to be true!)

I’ve been doing prep work for the rest of DnD. I’m double classing! This Dragonborn is embracing her fighter’s roots! (let me know if you guys actually want to hear more about that)

Believe it or not, I’m also slowly working on creating a LARP game! More on that to come, as I want to have more details before I release anything. After all, ‘new year, new work’ should be taken over the top once in a while! 😉

As for my etsy shop:

I’ve created several new patterns. Not all of them are in my store yet, and I know I should probably add them to this store too, but hey, I’m doing what I can. Here are some of my designs:

That’s really it for now. Until next time, Happy Stitching!

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