Haii awesome tacke-that-WIP-ers! How are you doing? How did you do on your WIP? Before I dive in to my WIP and the round up for this month I want to ask you for help.

I know many creators, crocheters, quilters are super excited about tackling WIP’s. But the signing up with a projects turned out to be a bit of a hassle with the system I use now.

Inlinkz is great to get a nice overview of who participated, but it doesn’t easily work from a mobile phone (right?). Also it’s double the work, first uploading it to Insta and then uploading it on my blog.

So I was thinking, is there an easier way? The goal was to encourage each other to finish our WIPs. The giveaway is a nice extra, which should stay! Soo could we work with dedicated hashtags and keep the whole thing on Instagram? How do you feel about that?

I would suggest we keep the #tacklethatWIP to enter at the beginning of the month. And at the end of the month we can sign off with a different hashtag (so we can still do a little give away each month). Any suggestions? #ItackledthatWIP, #WIPtackled #tacklethatWIPdone #tacklethatWIPmar2019

Sooo I really wanna hear from you! Leave a comment below to let me know what you think! I love being in this together :)

Let’s do a final round up on the blog

Here is the sign up for all the WIPS tackled in February. I’m super curious to see how you did!

Inlinkz Link Party

My WIP is still a WIP

And how did I do on my WIP? Well.. You teach what you need to learn most right? I didn’t tackle my WIP this month. This picture kinda shows what my month looked like. Haha. So chaotic and busy!

How my crocheted besties feel after a craft fair.

February was about attending the craft fair Handwerkbeurs in Zwolle, working on a Round Robin and finishing a pouch for a swap from my quilt guild.

I did put my penguin friends up on my design wall. And I got my fabrics out, so I’m ready to start. But February was over before I realized that it started! Soo I’m moving it over to March.

I’m leaving those penguins up on the wall as a reminder to work and finish this quilt. Well quilt top, let’s set a reachable goal!

Thank you so much for being here and participating in this together.

xo Irene

Thank you! to all of you who participated in the last TTW! So many lovely projects. My personal assistant (aka husband) picked a random number and that made Lieke the winner of the book Crochet in the city! Congratulations! Look at that quilt.. It’s so very stunning!

Thank you Loes from Freubelweb for sponsoring the January TTW.

Let’s tackle your WIP

Well it’s a new month, a new change to finish your WIP. I saw already a few WIPs popping up on Instagram, so here you can post you entry for February.

(If you run in to any trouble uploading your link, just shoot me an email [email protected] so I can try and help you out.)

In this months giveaway you can win a Sugaridoo party in a box of your choice.

Inlinkz Link Party

You have until Sunday to sign up. Remember, February is a short one, so don’t put too much pressure on yourself. A small goal is also a goal ;)

Never too late for a baby quilt right?

Four months ago I posted a video showing all my WIPs. (This one) I just watched it again. And many of those projects are still WIPs. So I went ahead and just picked the very first on the list. A penguin quilt for baby Jules. He’d not really a baby anymore, so about time to finish it!

So my goal for this month is to finish that quilt top. I need a lot more penguins and want to make also his name in paper piecing blocks. Whoop whoop! Let’s go!

Love,
Irene