Friday, January 2, 2015

JCS Ornament Competition - 2015

Hello friends - would you like to help me achieve a year's worth of ornaments? Would you be interested to stitch along?
You DO need to have a copy of the 2014 JCS Christmas Ornament issue.
Between now and say 5th January, one ornament from a selected display is chosen by popular vote. You then have until 5th February to stitch and complete that ornament and show it off....
By the 5th of February- the next ornament from the ornie issue has been chosen.
This is an idea that I think in 2005 gave me oodles of ornaments ready and plenty more for my tree.
Have I confused you?
I Like most of these- which should I stitch in January?
As each ornie already has a number issued it makes it easy.
Leave your choice of top 3 in the comments and I'll announce the winner on Monday 5th after work.
If this takes off - I might even work out a competition prize for December 2015.


Shebafudge said...

I actually don't think that I ordered a copy of this magazine last year. I thought I did but I can't find it and don't recognise the ornies.

I vote for 7, then 2 and finally 8.

lynda said...

I'd love to think that I could keep up with this...I'm willing to give it a go!
I vote for 1, 7, and 9

Kate said...

Not sure I should get into something new, but, anyway. 1, 7 and 9.

Lisa Sener said...

My choices are #1, #5, #7. I would love to do this SAL with ya'll.

*-* said...

Hi Bronny,
Don't have the last JC Ornaments
so will watch you progress. Have you seen the rquest for the Australia ANZAC Exchange on the board. Looking for you to Join us.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

I won't be able to do it this month because I'm already doing the 31 starts thingie but I vote for 3, 7 and 9. Maybe to be stitched later in February!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Oops, not 3, I wanted number 5, 7 and 9. Sorry!

Pauline said...

I'll play Bronny, goodness knows I need to be a little more organised with my Christmas stitching and I haven't blogged forever. I vote for 5, 7, & 8.