Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Smalls SAL January and GYB Giveaway

I have joined the 2014 Smalls SAL hosted by Heather  at stitching lotus...


and this is what I have stitched for January.


 I thought I would stitch something using blue instead of the typical Christmas colours of red and green and I found this design called Winter Star by Guello Stitch.


 It is actually star shaped but I have made it square instead.  At the moment I´m not very pleased with it but that´s probably just because we want to forget Christmas right now and when I look at it again next December, I will probably like it.


Well, I´m off to see what other members of this group have stitched and also to continue visiting everyone who is taking part in the Grow Your Blog hop.

 
I have been busy visiting and reading other blogs - so many lovely things to see and a lot of talented people out there.  I´d like to thank those who have popped in to visit me and have left nice comments and to say a BIG welcome to my new followers.  As part of this blog hop, I´m offering a little giveaway, so if you haven´t entered yet, go to my PREVIOUS post and leave a comment there (you don´t have to have a blog or be a follower)  The winner will be announced on the 15 FEBRUARY.
Bye for now.



10 comments:

  1. Beautiful finish! Could not use the link to get to your blog from the Smallls 2014 linkup. Came by searching for your blog name.

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    1. thank you Shari, I´ll try and put it right

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  2. What a pretty small! Great work, I can't wait to see the finished piece! I had to do the same to find you, btw.

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  3. What a treasure, Sheryl... such a peaceful scene and beautifully finished!

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  4. It's absolutely lovely! And so is your photography.

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  5. Love the way you staged your photo! You will treasure this ornament I'm sure.

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  6. Your ornament is so beautiful! I love the lace trim. I have never tried to make an ornament yet. I'm visiting from the Smalls SAL page.

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  7. that's lovely! I love the lace you've added to the edge

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  8. Thanks for sharing your story & blog. I'm still, slowly, making my way through the list of blogs.

    aprilsongstress (embroidery blog in the 1st set on the list)

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  9. You did a beautiful finish, I like so much!!

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