Well, so far my SALs have been going OK this year … I managed to put the final stitches into scissor keeper late last night – I opted not to re-do all the stitching, and just decided to change the bee’s flight path so that the back-stitching was closer to the right-hand border margin. Funnily enough, though, the scissor pocket cover model looks the same as mine on the corners, but with one cross less on the top and bottom borders … so I think perhaps there was either an error on the chart, or the instructions changed at some point. Oh well, either way, it’s done now … and just needs to be made up. Next month I’ll probably do the scissor fob to match, then this little set will be done and dusted! Sorry, but I can’t get a good photo of this one for love nor money – I need to charge up the proper camera, I think, rather than trying to use the iPhone like my lazy self has gotten into the habit of using!
“Bee Keeper” by Cindy Valentine Designs
stitched on 28ct Quaker linen in Misty Blue
with recommended DMC and Mill Hill beads
Started 11 January 2015 – Finished 24 January 2015
8 thoughts on “Stitching Small SAL”
Oooo, very cute — congrats!
That is lovely stitching, well done.
Very pretty! Congrats on getting it finished.
That’s really pretty!
Nice project, Anne!
I’ve been using my phone for pics of my stitching lately too as it’s so handy. No downloading to the computer, just snap and blog!
These are so cute. I can’t use my iPad to make blog posts, it only shows the top half of the post so I have to use the PC and the proper camera. I do use the scanner in the printer for WIPS quite often, it’s actually really good for colour matches.
Cute finish, congratulations
Pretty design, love the border stitches.
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