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Sunday, 28 September 2014

September Just Nan SAL

Just Nan SAL
Just Nan SAL is hosted by Zeb of Keep Calm and Cross Stitch


Unfortunately Zeb is no longer updating the SAL on her blog but that's no reason to stop stitching and posting!  So here is my monthly update.

This month I finished the third design in the Moon Riders leaflet.  This is Jinx the Witch:


And here are all three together:


I stitched these on 32 count lavender evenweave using the DMC conversion provided. I changed the moons to DMC 4090 one of the variegated threads and also made the borders stripy.

Having stitched them all on one piece I am now undecided as to whether to frame them in a long thin frame (which I don't have and haven't seen) or whether to scrap book them individually on one page.

Short post today so I will include this story -
I'm a bit of a fan of Mr. X Stitch and his blog, there's often something unusual and alternative going on.  This post is a Battle of the Needles between stitching and knitting.  Which will win?

Deadly Knitshade vs Mr X Stitch

Finally, I am having an impromptu Blog Hop to celebrate my 500 Followers, all details on the previous post.

9 comments:

Brenda said...

I'm soooo glad I'm not the only still continuing this JN SAL!!! I love all your little ones stitched together on one piece of fabric. I love the change up of color for the moon too!!! WTG!!!

Carin said...

Your JN prject is lovely !!

Linda said...

Congrats on another adorable finish Jo.

Linda

Christine said...

Another lovely finish Jo

Kate said...

Cute moon riders - love that name for them!

Thoeria said...

Oh I like these! And the stripey border is soooo cool! Stitching vs Knitting.....interesting!! Going to have to go check that out!

Susan said...

Very cute finish. Do like the striped border. I'm with you on the SAL, I have thoroughly enjoyed visiting all my JNs so I am going to continue with it also.

Bev said...

Your Just Nan stitching looks beautiful x

Kerri said...

Thanks so much for sharing that post - it was amazing. Well, except for the embroidered hand - yuck!