So the new year is officially one week old...would you believe me I still have no idea what I'm doing? In fact, I keep making and remaking plans every day. Probably, I'll end up just doing another low-key year, trying to finish some WIPs and not starting too many new ones! However, this state of mind also means I feel a little lost when it comes to all the wonderful SAL kickoffs that are happening at the moment. One of them being the first installment of Jo's 'The People's Choice' SAL, which, in tradition with last year, has the theme of 'Designers for 2023'.
Well, as luck would have it, there is one goal I have made my mind up about - I while back, I made the mistake of guesstimating how much time all my WIPs would take me to finish, and to no one's surprise, I didn't like the result! Let's just say it is about one year of stitching time...24/7! And also to no one's surprise, a big part of that are my BAPs. Truth is I love starting these, but I'm not good at actually working on them, and this year I want to change that at least a little. My idea is to do one page on one of my big full coverage projects for every finish (smalls possibly excluded) that I have. Might not be super strict about it, but I'll try! And of the six projects that fall into this category, three are by one of my favourite designers, Jody Ellis from UnconventionalXStich, so I guess she'll be my designer for the year!
The three WIPs are