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Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Ornament SAL November Update

Stitching Lotus Ornament SAL

This is the Ornament SAL hosted by Stitching Lotus

I have three different ornament challenges running this year, the JBW Alphabet Cat stitched in a different colour scheme each month, the Dragon Dreams 12 Dragonlets of Christmas, a FB exclusive and the Hallowe'en Ornie SAL blog.

I stitched the 11th Dragonlet of Christmas right at the beginning of the month, so here he is:


He's a Piper Piping!  Bonus points for anyone who can identify the tune he is piping.

The JBW cat got left to the end of the month and I haven't quite finished him yet, so I don't spoil the surprise here is a "top of the head" scan:


That fabric is actually black jobelan.  Bonus points for anyone who can guess the theme this month.

I haven't stitched a Hallowe'en ornie (yet) because I've been concentrating on my Little Stitcher's Advent Calendar.  So here is the second part of that:



Cutesville!  Gingerbread men and little bunnies (or maybe hares given the length of their ears?).  The fabric is 32count Belfast in Vintage Grain as Shirlee asked me about it.  The colours do show up nicely.  The chart calls for a Vintage 32 count but not one that I had and I did have Grain.

I have bought the supplies for my finishing idea for this Advent Calendar while in town today, all I need is some velcro tape, some double sided tape and I'm ready for making up just in time for the weekend.  I promise to Show and Tell as soon as I get started.

Finally, as soon as I finish this post I will be sending out the dates for the Advent Calendar Blog Hop so watch your inboxes if you signed up.  There is still one place left if anyone wants to be in, just drop me an email.





15 comments:

  1. Cutesville is so right! Love it.
    And that little dragon is so sweet.

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  2. Everything looks great. Love the piper.

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  3. Oh my that dragon is adorable! SQUEE!!!

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  4. Definitely hares and the last one was a deer...! Thanks for my *day*

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  5. Auld Lang Syne?
    Loving the colourful new cat, is he meant to be a bonfire night cat?

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  6. Little dragon is really tiny & cute!

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  7. Lovely projects and stitching Jo!

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  8. Both look amazing!

    Theme, maybe "tree"?!! :)
    Not sure!
    The fabric looks dark purple...

    Have fun finishing the advent calendar.

    Hugs x
    Lili

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  9. Great little finishes! The dragon is so cute. Is he playing Amazing Grace? :)

    Have fun putting together your advent calendar, it sounds like quite a project.

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  10. Great stitching! I love the little bagpipe playing dragon. :) Is he piping Amazing Grace?

    Have fun putting together your advent calendar, it sounds like quite a project.

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  11. I LOVE that little piper draggie, I'm working on him right now. I can't read music so I have no idea, my best guess would be the standard song played by pipers, "Scotland the Brave"

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  12. Lovely ornaments, well done!
    Dear Jo, I didn't received email in regards to Advent Calendar Blog. I hope I'm in...

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  13. Oh how fun that would have been to join in for this year! I just love Advent calenders!!!! (Especially the chocolate edible ones!)

    But your stitching is just beautiful!!!

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