Back in June I took part in the #30dayswild challenge by stitching an inch square everyday to represent the nature in my local area:
I actually finished and framed this back in September and it is now hanging in my dining room acting as a lovely reminder of the summer, which is extremely welcome as we head into the darkest days of winter!
Here’s a close up of the first 12 days:
And the next 18 days::
I do have individual posts queued up for each of the squares so I will post these at some point as well.
I really enjoyed the #30dayswild challenge, it made me more appreciative of the nature that is on my doorstep and it was a great way to introduce my little one to the natural world around her. We’ll definitely take part again next year and I’m planning to do some Random Acts of Wildness through the winter season which has its own delights to explore. I’m also thinking of doing an embroidery for each season so we’ll see how that idea develops.