The Rumpelstiltskin Challenge

The Report from The Rumpelstiltskin Challenge, Week 2

I don’t have a whole lot to show for this week’s challenge, save for some bloody pin-pricked fingertips and some good intentions.  I’m on the verge of wrapping up the Quilt Top Kits I’ve been hard at work on, but the light’s waning and the time’s run out for today.  Next week, I say, barring some unforeseen delay.

You remember the photo of Maker Mama’s mason jar stash that I featured last week, right? Take a look at the ‘after’ shot:

Well done, no?

Share with us all in the comments or via the Flickr group what you’ve been up to all week.

We’ll meet back here next Friday, when I shall reveal the challenge theme for February.  Whoooooooooo!


4 responses to “The Report from The Rumpelstiltskin Challenge, Week 2

I have no pictures to share yet, but I also have no new fabric or supplies to show either!! I have organized my stash quite a bit, and have pulled together the components of several small projects that only need a few details completed, so you truly have inspired me, and I appreciate your challenge!! I am participating in a pay-it-forward craft challenge on facebook, and I am completing all my projects from supplies I have on hand, thanks to you. Everyone will still receive something wonderful and, of course, handmade, according to the challenge, because my stash is full of wonderful goodies begging to be shared with other creative people!! Thanks so much, and I look forward to keeping my Rumpelstiltskin on!!

Just added my pictures to the group! This was definitely a ‘low hanging fruit’ project, since I’d had the pieces cut for it since November. It was loitering in the bottom of my work-bag until I realised that the birthday it was going to be a present for is 4th Feb! So my ‘planned well in advance’ become ‘a bit of a rush, really’, but I’m chuffed with how it came out.

Looking forward to the next month’s theme!

This challenge has been very motivating for me! I finished off several projects that have been in the works for ages and made three gifts for Christmas. I love it!

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