Today is the last Stitch Along Sunday for December and 2013. I have to say I had a lot of fun playing today, making a design to attach my tags to. I do have to admit, I didn't quite get it all finished as I want to add more. Check out what I did.
This is the last week for the Stitch Along Challenges in 2013. It has been a lot of fun creating and playing with different fibers. I have plans to continue them again next year and hope more of you will join in the fun.
It's a little hard predicting what I'll be doing next year. I had to rattle my brain about with thoughts. I had thought of going back to school, but was not sure how I would juggle that with all the changes happening at the Academy so for my tab I settled on something that I most definitely want to do and that is make another mystery workshop.
We have five weeks in December this year, but week four will be our last tab to be made. I hope you have time to join in. Be sure you check out the gallery for last week's tabs.
I think the most memorable thing for me this year are my flower blocks. How did they come about? You can thank Cricket. Cricket challenged us to blog every day of this year so I had to come up with something different for each day of the week and Fridays just happened to be flower day, thus Friday's flower was born.
Are you working along making your tabs? What shall we make this week? Did you check out the gallery? Jennifer made a cute Christmas tree, be sure to take a look.
This week when I wrote up the rules on Thursday I had no idea what I could make to represent the restrictions until at least 24 hours later. Friday morning I had an invite to dinner and a movie with my best ever friend and we had such a memorable evening that I decided to use this for my stitch along tab idea. I collected a few things.
This week Amanda sent in her challenge piece for the gallery. Did you see it? It is adorable. You can read about it in the gallery.
Are you going to join me for December's Stitch Along Sunday? If you are looking for week one rules, find them here: Week One Rules. Remember to send me your story as well as a photo.
When I came up with December's challenge, I had no idea it was going to be so much fun. This week we needed to make a tab (using the tab pdf that I provided as a template last week) and make it into a memory tab of something you have been doing recently or an achievement. Well I have to say, most of what I've been doing this last week, and for the past two months actually, is loading 98 quilting classes into the Academy. My goal was to have them completed by the end of November. Goal met!