September Pie ....

Here is my stitching/crafting pie for September.....

Okay, what is a Stitching Pie, I hear you ask?

Well, I am "stealing" yet another great idea from my dear Stitchy and Bloggy friend, Jo, from Serendipitous Stitching. Each month she includes a pie graph of which projects she has been stitching on - showing how much time, proportionally, has been spent on each one in that month.

I really like this idea, so I am copying it, thank you Jo, I hope that you don't mind, so here we go for September 2018 .....


(Note:I think it has been nearly two years since I last gave you a slice of stitching pie - my apologies)

Here is my September 2018 Pie...


... and here is the breakdown of minutes over the month for each September project:



Altogether I stitched for 10.3% of the month.  This down a bit from October two years ago (when I last recorded my stitching time) when it was 12% but then, when you consider that I am ten times busier now then I was back then (I was actually not working at all this time two years ago and now I am working two days a week plus all of the house stuff!), I think it is pretty good.

Of course, I had better show you all of the pretties that I have been stitching on this past month - most of which you will have seen in earlier posts but not Peas and Qs recently, so I will start with that project.

This is the very pretty Peas and Qs by The Cricket Collection....




Sorry, the fabric is not ombre but the first pic I took was very washed out - see below.

Then, of course, there is my Happy Dance - Silent Night by CCN.





... and Winter in the Village by Stoney Creek.



... and my Antique Roses Sampler by DMC, which as featured a few times on recent posts.




My red bird hearts .....



... and lastly, Christmas Goose by Stacy Nash (if you think this looks familiar, I did stitch this about five years ago - check it out here - but I love the pattern so much that I am stitching it again as I think that I gave the first one away).





If you wish to check out my earlier pies, please click on the links below:





Okay, that is all from me for now.  Have a good day, everyone, 


hugs, 

Comments

Linda said…
Great progress on all of your lovely projects Kaye.

Linda
Barb said…
I find these charts so interesting. I am a one thing at a time stitcher so my pie would be very boring!!
Shelly said…
Very nice, Kaye. If I did a pie, mine would look very much like yours!
Julie said…
Great post, you've eaten a lot of 'stitching pie' this month
Bethan said…
Such beautiful pieces. I do love a stitching pie! x
Astrids dragon said…
They all look lovely. I don't think I could keep track of what I stitch, I stop and start way too much!
I like Pie! I'm like Astrid, I can't count minutes because of all the interruptions at home. When I go to my craft coffee morning I am always surprised at how much I get done in 2 hours with no interruptions! Someone else even makes the coffee!

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