Ta - Ta - Ta TUSAL Time...

Well fellow stitchers we have a full plate today - New Moon, Spring Equinox, Blood Moon Eclipse, depending on where you are in the world.

As you can see from my beaker the threads have been smashed down to make way for the next WiP orts.  They're kind of hard to see as they're a single ply of black floss.

The WiP I decided to work on is Mother Skunk and Babies by Candi Martin / Candamar Designs, Inc. © 1983

I started the project back in 2001 and last worked on it in 2004.  Its plaintive cries died out to a ghostly whimper long ago.  So I thought I would give it some much needed loving.  When I started this I was using a hoop and the fabric now has a dirty hoop-ring hue.  I have managed to iron out the hoop-ring ghosts and have put it on my last available scroll frame.

Here are the before and after progress pictures.

This picture was taken outside when the sky was overcast - sorry for the dark look.
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WIPocalypse: A Light at the End of the Tunnel

Or so it seems after almost a months worth of stitching on Camelot Sampler.  I'm starting to get stitcher's burn-out on this project, so I'll be switching to one of my other wips.  I haven't decided which one yet; I need at least a week away from stitching to recharge my batteries.  But you'll get an update when I post my TUSAL report on March 20.

And without further suspense here are the before and after pictures. Be sure to click for a bigger picture.

And now for this months WIPocalypse topic question.

If money – and time – were not limiters, what projects would be on your stitching bucket list?

Ah... to be as rich as Midas and Immortal.  Well first I'd head over to Heaven and Earth Designs and buy every chart that took my fancy, along with all the things needed to kit them up.  Then I'd do the same over at  www.gvellostitch.com.  Then there's the few charts on my wish list page and of course the 20 + years of charts, leaflets, magazines, and kits I've purchased and squirreled away.

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