The January IHSW, or International Hermit and Stitch Weekend, took place on the weekend of the 16th. I threw in Monday the 19th also, because that was a work holiday for me. I pulled out my Chatelaine Herbularius to work on. I had not touched that piece since 2012 when the class was running, and let me tell you, I was just a tad bit intimidated when I pulled out all those charts and all those threads, to try to figure out where I left off 3 years ago. lol It took me a few minutes, but I soon got my Herbie groove back on. I finished the four lotus pads and leaves, and now they are awaiting the center and the bead.
I finished that on Sunday, so I pulled out my Elizabeth designed by Gay Ann Rogers. Gay Ann issued us a challenge to start working on our Elizabeths for at least 10 minutes a day. I did that last week. Here is my photo of her when I pulled her out. No progress pic yet! :o)
And finally, my TUSAL photo. TUSAL stands for "Totally Useless Stitch Along," and for this we save our orts from new moon to new moon as a different way to see our stitching progress. So here are my orts as of the new moon on January 20.