It's Geek To Me is hosting a year long themed cross-stitch project called Theme-a-licious, with a different challenge each month, as well as a different mini-challenge ornament subject. My RA hadn't yet let up enough to participate in January, so this is my first month playing along.
February's challenge is Figural February: "Who are the people in your neighborhood...your WIP neighborhood, that
is? Give your people-populated projects some face time this month."
I have no shortage of long-neglected WIPs (works in progress), but not many of t hem actually have people in them - I started rooting through my WIP bag(s), until I came across this one:
A few of these stitches are new, but this is pretty much where I left things off several months ago. This is The Stitcherhood's "Midnight Dip" being worked on some light blue 28ct Monoco (because my Midnight Dip has turned into a High Noon Dip), using DMC colors as listed, with the only other change being that I decided to stitch in the fish using variagated orange floss (DMC 106) instead of leaving them as unstitched silhouettes. I'll be focusing on this through the second half of the month, and I hope I get a good ways into being done with it.
So that's one ornament down for next Christmas!
Shared with Theme-a-licious Figural February Check-In.