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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

June Smalls SAL

Stitching Lotus Ornament SAL
The Smalls SAL is hosted by Heather from Stitching Lotus

This year I am going to have two monthly challenges:

1. The Primitive Hare Hallowe'en Cubes SAL
2. The Hallowe'en Ornie SAL themed blog.

Here is my O block:

stitched on 32 count Vintage Grain linen

and here is the Free Choice for June on the Hallowe'en Blog:

stitched on 32 count Twilight Blue linen

Regular followers will have seen both of those before, so just for you, here is some new progress.  Pretty Mini London:

stitched on 28 count Black evenweave

Pretty Mini London is a design by Satsuma Street which I am stitching every Tuesday as a SAL with Linda and Kate.  Check out their blogs for their progress on various SS designs.

Finally, my Summer Postcard Blog hop again!  The theme this year is Pets.  All you need to do is email me a photo of something you have stitched on this theme plus a little message about what pets mean to you.  Once I have a few I will start emailing them to the participants who will display them on their blogs.  The Blog Hop lasts all Summer so don't worry if you don't have anything suitable stitched yet.  Just leave a comment saying you would like to be involved and I will remind you later.  With a serendipitous stroke of luck Gazette 94 has just released some new freebies which are cats!  What are the chances of that?


22 comments:

  1. Good progress on pretty London!

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  2. Lovely finishes.
    Mini London looks very interesting on black - I want to stitch all towns of Satsuma Street (in future :) )

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  3. I love the Satsuma Street designs, think I'm going to have to have one! Pretty Mini London is fab, it looks great on the black fabric.

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  4. I like you finishes. The mini London is unusual, lovely.

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  5. Lovely finishes and progress :) I really like those Halloween blocks, but not as much as I like Mini London ^_^

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  6. Mini London is looking great. Gazette freebie cats are so colorful and different from their usual design. Thanks for the links.

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  7. Beautiful stitching, Jo! How pretty progress on Mini London!

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  8. wow.. love the london design on Black Aida.. Woohooo.. really out-standing Jo. ;)

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  9. Beautiful stitching Jo - I love the Mini London on that black fabric.

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  10. OOO, Pretty mini on black makes those colors pop!

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  11. Beautiful finishes, and great progress on Mini London! It looks great :D

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  12. Mini London is just awesome - I will be sad when it is finished!

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  13. Great progress on the WIPs! I always look forward to your Mini London progress, the colors alone can cheer you up.

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  14. Mini London is really taking shape now - I am so impressed with you stitching on the black fabbie, too.

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  15. Great finishes, Jo :-) And I love your progress on mini London. I haven't been working on my cities lately but am hoping to be able to this week.

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  16. Lovely finishes for the Smalls SAL.

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