HAED Rotation

Sunday, December 31, 2017


I actually have something to post this time. Since the last update I have switched projects AGAIN. Must be stitchers ADD. I am now working on my oldest WIP- The Astronomer by Myles Pinkney charted by HAED. I started this one in 2010 and it was the start of my obsession with HAED and other full cover designers. Time to give it some love. I have joined a couple of SAL's on FB and hope to get the motivation I need to continue with this one. On the other had I am also hosting a Jan New Start SAL on one of my FB groups (as it I don't have enough started.)
My goal in January is to stitch on The Astronomer Mon-Fri and my new start Coming to Room on Sat-Sun. Hopefully will make some progress on both.
I also have not quit knitting. I find I get more done if I stitch during the day and knit at night. Hey it keeps me off the streets and out of trouble. Although with temps ranging from-18F to -6F during the day I don't go out much.
Okay enough of my blathering. Here is what you have come to see.

The Astronomer picked up again on 12/11/17.

and now

My new start for Jan 1 is called Coming to Room

We'll see how well I do in keeping to the plan.

Don't forget to check out all the other wonderful stitching being done by my partners in this SAL.

Till next time.




  1. Wow! You do like a challenge hehe! Lots of progress this time :-)

  2. I don't know how you do it! I can keep several quilting projects on the go at once, but not stitching projects. I'll wait to see how you get on with your parallel process!

  3. You have accomplished quite a lot this round! I am continually amazed at the large project you pull out each SAL day, I would have become paralyzed long ago! They are all amazing, so I can see why you are stitching them. ��

  4. You sure don't choose simple projects! I like your plans for the coming year; I hope you can stick to them. It's good to know what works best for us as individuals. I'm still learning how best to utilize my time and energy. Here's to a productive new year!

  5. Gosh, you are definitely keeping yourself off the streets! You’ve done so much already. I don’t know how you handle such large pieces. Good luck, and I look forward to seeing you progress!

  6. They are both beautiful. It is always good to have a plan. Sounds like a good one.

    Happy New Year

  7. My oh my, you are a glutton for punishment. I have one HAED which will appear in this SAL one day but it only has about a 2" square done so far lol. You have done quite a lot this time and at this rate it wont take you long.

  8. You really have some big plans for 2018!!! I do wish you a Happy New Year!!!!!

  9. Wow! Good luck! I will be cheering you on!

  10. Best of luck with those gorgeous HAEDs.