Time for the July WIPocalypse checkin - I'm back to actually stitching TLOA one length a day (instead of working on it in bulk, as I did the last couple months), so I'm back to posting of the actual last day of the month.
First though, for the question of the month - Have you ever attended a stitching retreat? If so, tell us about your experiences. Short answer - no, I haven't. Longer answer - I'd love to attend one, but haven't found one around my country yet. Knitting, yes - and I'd love to attend one of those one days as well - but no luck with stitching so far!
Now for my progress on TLOA, my monthly WIPocalypse project. Last month I wasat 42,270/118800 stitches or 35,58%, and just about to finish my 6th colour, 336, with just a little bit missing in the lower corners.
So obviously, that happened early this month - six colours all done:
Colour number 7 turned out to be a nice surprise - 919 looked a little drab on the bobbin, but it really helps to bring this design together and it's finally starting to get that autumn-y look I was waiting for! So far I finished it all through the top three rows:
There are just under 900 stitches of 919 left to go, so August will see another new colour - 815, another nice red - and the new total is 44465/118800 stitches and 37,43%!