SAL Sunday – 30th June 2019

Despite a rotton summer cold, which just wont go away (and makes it hard to concentrate), I have managed some progress.  One of my bees now has wings, and the bottom border is growing steadily.  I am going to try and stick with this now as I can really feel the end in sight.  Though it may not be until later in the year as there is still quite a lot to do.

26. 30th June 2019I do hope you will go and see everyone elses work, as this is a very different Sal to most and we each work on our own individual projects which can be very different.  It you are struggling with a large work, or have UFO;s (un-finished objects) hidden away then this is the SAL for you.  We post every three weeks to show our progress and there is lots of support here to help you on your way.  No targets to meet as we all stitch at a different pace and some have very little time to spare.  If you think you may like to join us contact Avis – the first link below.

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About stitchingranny

I am one of those people who need to have busy hands so whether its stitching or papercrafting, I am always doing something. I also love being in the garden, though hubby does most of the work there these days.
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22 Responses to SAL Sunday – 30th June 2019

  1. Sorry to hear you have been under the weather and I hope you are fighting fit again soon. Your cross stitch is looking great, the border is so beautiful with those shades of green and your bee looks fab with his wings. Jenny xx

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  2. Hello! Your cross-stitch is always more beautiful!
    Carmela

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  3. Get well soon Helen! Love the butterfly. It’s all coming together very nicely.

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  4. kathyreeves says:

    Feel better soon, Helen! Wow, you have turned the corner, and nearly filled it in! Very exciting to be getting close!

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  5. Christina says:

    Get well soon Helen! Summer colds are the worst, so sorry! Those bees are awfully cute though 😀

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  6. craftycreeky says:

    Hope you’r feeling better soon, this sampler is beautiful, love the border…and the butterfly…and the bees!

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  7. Just lovely with those adorable worker bees and I took a look and saw your ‘naked autumn’ – that is so precious! Hoping for blue skies a head and your out of the blue too 🙂 Sharon

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  8. magpiesue says:

    I know how hard it is to concentrate on anything when your head isn’t feeling well. I hope this cold finally runs the course and lets you get back to doing what you enjoy. ❤

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  9. rutigt says:

    I hope you´ll soon be feeling better! Remember: every stitch is a progress 🙂

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  10. claire93 says:

    love the honey bees and butterfly!

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  11. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    I just love that border with the ivy like leaf…so pretty. This will be a gorgeous piece with your immaculate stitching.

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  12. Catherine says:

    I hope you feel better soon! I just love how this piece has developed. It’s such a happy piece.

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  13. teamwilsun says:

    Hope you are feeling better soon — I hate summer colds! Looks like you are in the home stretch (or at least the last lap?) of this beautiful piece.

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  14. Carole says:

    Any progress is good when you’re feeling unwell. Hope you feel better soon 🙂

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  15. Renee says:

    Absolutely beautiful! I do hope you are feeling better!

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  16. Lindashee says:

    Borders are the bane of my life but they do make so many pieces look complete. Good luck with that cold, I too tend the get them in summer.

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