Well, I'm back from a vacation last week, and managed to snag a bit of stitching while I was in the airport waiting for various flights. The main project I worked on I can't actually show, since it's for someone for Christmas that sometimes pops in and reads the blog, so that one will have to wait until after the holiday to show.
I pulled out the Mill Hill Love Potions kit to work on since I forgot Holiday Stamp at home in my work bag. Not much progress, but the first of 3 bottles is mostly done now (sorry for the blurry picture):
After getting home, I put a significant dent of progress in my project for the latest round of the sampler round robin I am participating in on Facebook.
This project is an antique band sampler, choose your own band. Which when I read that I went AHHHHHHHHHH because I've never done a band sampler before and had absolutely NO ideas on what to do for it. But since I'm familiar with blackwork, I found a nice pattern of leaves and vines that I figured I could make into my band.
In other news, I've already put up my page for the Debbie's Crazy January Challenge 2016. For some reason thinking ahead and planning this is way more fun than actually doing the stitching sometimes. Once my Christmas gift stitching is done, I will be back to doing a few charity squares, since the last two themes that have been opened in one of my groups really appeal to me. January will be on us before you know it!