For those of you unfamiliar with this design, each temperature was allocated a DMC colour with purple being below zero Celsius, blue and greens for the cooler days of Winter moving into yellows and oranges for Summer with the red being a mini heatwave we had, then back through yellow and green for the close of the year. You "read" the design from the centre spiralling outwards.
The little white beads represent days when we had snow.
This was a free design from Hetti's blog which you can find here - Creative Workshops from Hetti
What is the incentive to FFO this piece and turn it into a Fully Finished Object? The lovely Rachel the Ten Hour Stitcher noticed a gap in the SAL schedule. There are plenty of Starting SALs and WIP SALs and Encouraging to Finish SALs but that is where they stop. You finish a piece and all too often it goes to live in a box or drawer. So Rachel is hosting a Fully Finished SAL on the 10th of each month starting on 10th February, 2019.
More details can be found here - Ten Hour Stitcher - New SAL coming soon
I am definitely in for this one. Just one question - she refers to bloggers who encouraged her - now who would do an enabling thing like that? Hmmm...
Earlier in the week I complete a motif on my Lavender & Lace Enchanted Alphabet conversion. I stitched all the letters over the course of the last couple of years and now I am adding embellishments with a view to completing this design by Hallowe'en 2019. This month I added a gate from the Jardin Prive Happy Hallowe'en Night design. I will add some pumpkins next to it next month and in various other places on the chart.