1. The tenth project you completed
I think this was the tenth project I completed. If not, it was either ninth or eleventh! This was completed around 1997. I bought a trinket bowl so I could add this to the lid. It is still waiting. It was a neat fit and I was reluctant to squeeze it in.
2. The tenth blog post you made
In this blog post I was celebrating that I was now ready to sew together the 463 pieces that I had cut for a single bed quilt. Unfortunately about half ways through this project my sewing machine had to get repaired and I lost my enthusiasm for completing this. Sadly it is still unfinished.
3. The tenth blog in your blog roll (or your reader or however you follow blogs)
I use Bloglovin to follow blogs and tenth on my list is Elfin Stitches. Elfie mainly stitches Christmas ornaments and I first visited her when following one of Jo's Blog Hops.
4. A designer you have stitched more than ten designs
I have only two designers for whom I have more than ten of their designs and I have also stitched more than ten of them as well: Just Nan and Little House Needleworks.
5. A project that took/is taking more than ten years to complete
This is a small tray cloth that I started too long ago to mention.
6. A design on the theme of "ten"
The closest fit I can get to this is the tenth design in the Little Sheep Virtues from Little House Needleworks which is Kindness.
7. The tenth colour on your current project. Do you use this colour a lot?
I have two WIPs at the moment which use more than ten colours. These are Just Nan's 4 Wishes and Nan's Garden. It just so happens that the tenth colour in each is DMC 647. It's not necessarily a colour I would think of using.
8. Your tenth WIP for WIPocalypse, WIPGO or whatever list you make
I don't make a list that could fit into this quesion.
9. Your tenth finish this year (or last year if you haven't finished ten so far this year)
My tenth finish this year is Day 2 of Jardin Privé's 12 Days of Christmas
10. How has your stitching style changed in the last ten years?
Over the past ten years the main change in my stitching style is that I now stitch more small designs. Before that I tended to be a one project at a time person and these tended to be medium to larger sized projects.