Well, I had the epiphany today that it's actually getting pretty close to 2015 now, so I better finish up my 2015 goals series of posts. So rather than do an introduction post for all of these, I'm going to put them all in one post (so I can actually focus on stitching things for them, haha).
So in addition to the 2015 Flower of the Month SAL I'm hosting, the Crazy January Challenge, and BAP Attack's Turtle Trot, here's what I have planned for the new year.
2014 post explaining this SAL.
Smalls SAL again this year. I think this will be kind of like the MMMM I did in October and November, so I'm excited for this one. I know I will be able to work on smalls for every month of this year, it will just be a question of finishing them or not...
Measi is hosting WIPocalypse again this year. This is a very low key SAL that is essentially all about sharing your stitching goals and progress for the year. It will go along very nicely with Turtle Trot this year I expect.
Stitch from Stash challenge again. This year, it will be divided into two parts. The idea is to spend $25 (or your equivalent currency) or less on stitching stash supplies per month. When I first heard about this back in May, I was kind of like "who is crazy enough to sign up for something like that?". And then I spent all summer stashing wayyyyy too much, so I signed up so that I could try to keep control of it next year. With the cut in pay that came from moving out here to Mississippi, my budget is much, much tighter than it used to be, so I will have to think careful about each and every stitchy purchase I make from now on.
D.E.S.I.G.N. of the Month, which stands for Designer Everybody Should Instantly Get to Notice. This is a series of posts that will be done by participants throughout the year showing off a current WIP from a different designer each month, with a series of reoccurring questions answered about said design/designer each month. The idea is to introduce everyone to new designers we may not have run into/tried on our own that we think others should try (or stay away from I suppose). I'm super excited about this one; I'm already brainstorm ideas on what to feature.
Phew! That's a lot. Think I bit off more than I can chew? Maybe so, guess we'll just have to see.