I did a little stitching on Autumn Log Cabin this month and I am now officially around the corner. I'm slowly getting closer to finishing this one.
And then I picked up Rosewood Manor's Tulip Sampler (an attempt to drag Spring back to Pennsylvania ... ugh! will the snow ever go away?). Another square done and the beginnings of a second one. Not too shabby ;)
And finally, The Great Pumpkin Conspiracy has 4 new leaves and another bird. Without actually counting stitches, I'm guessing this one is a little under half finished. I think I'm going to get off the ground and move to the sky next time I pick this one up.
This is the first time I've tried a stitching rotation with so many projects. It's going well so far and definitely keeping my interest. It's a relatively informal rotation. I didn't set an amount of time to stitch each piece or a particular day for a project or whatever. Instead, I made a chart of the projects I wanted to work on this year and the months. As I work on a project that month, I put a checkmark next to it (which makes me happy). I stitch on the larger pieces for a day or 2 or 3 or whatever before switching. While the smaller ornaments are stitched until finished. Easy peasy pumpkin pie :)
I'm looking forward to the time change this weekend ... it'll be great having more daylight in the evenings. Surely Spring can't be too far behind.