Gifted Gorgeousness is a bit more interesting: Last week, I finished another column of Dark Force, and I also finished cross stitching on page 6 of Cut Thru' Cottage. I'm hoping to add the backstitching this week.
Other gift/gifted projects I worked on during the last month were Lady & Tramp, Things Unseen, Red Velvet Cake and the Asters wedding sampler - I actually added the lettering and framed that one last week, so I can finally count a proper finish. We visited the happy couple on Saturday, and I think they really liked it :)
The other project I dug out for the weekend doesn't fit in any of the categories above - it's Halloween Town by the Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery, and was the Halloween SAL last year. I started it, did the first two clues (in fact, it might be clue 1 and 3, I'm not quite sure), then put it away to concentrate on my christmas crafting and never pulled it out again. Now Carla, Nancy and I plan to SAL on FP's other Halloween piece this year, and I'd like to finish this one before we start, so I took this one with me when we went to Felix' parents for the weekend. I started the house on the left, which only needs the roof, some details and a lantern before I can start on the final clue.
I also knitted a bit more. I'm not quite done with the body of the second BSJ, but I got right up to the buttonholes, where I needed to check my notes from last time around. I'm quite confident to finish this soon now :)
On another note, I finished The Death Cure, the last book in the Maze Runner trilogy, yesterday, and I really liked it. I'll have to say, from the three distopic trilogies I've read lately, this one ranks second, after The Hunger Games (which was great all the way through) but before Divergent (I loved the first one, but barely made it through Allegiant and I hated the end). Maze Runnter is decent all the way through, and even gets a bit better towards the end, so now I'm really looking forward to reading the prequel as well once I finished two other books on my nightstand.
I also finished a tiny game called Run Sackboy! Run! on my PS Vita, and a not quite so tiny one (Lego Ninjago Shadow of Ronin). Lots of mobile gaming fun :)