Friday, 28 July 2017

Smalls SAL - July 2017

Good afternoon!

Goodness me, it's the last Friday of the month AGAIN so time to post this month's Smalls SAL project. Thank you once again to Heather of Stitching Lotus for continuing to run this fun little stitch along.



July meant Wimbledon and Wimbledon meant strawberries so this cutie is completely apt. Despite the french knots (which were done when I wasn't feeling in the mood for french knots and consequently all over the place!) he is probably my favourite month so far. I may re-do the french knots but I actually quite like their irregularity. Afterall, nature isn't perfect. Well, that's my excuse anyway. I suppose it depends how much my fussiness wins out.

July Calendar by Durene Jones
Stitched on 16ct Nantucket from Sewitall.com 2 over 1
Stitch count 43 wide by 56 high
Started - 1st July 2017
Finished - 7th July 2017
Total stitching time - 7 hours 55 minutes


And another progress picture of the whole calendar:



August takes us to the seaside. See you then!

Take care,
Rachel x

12 comments:

  1. Oh my! Those are just adorable!!

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  2. I love the strawberries just the way they are!

    Great job on another super cute finish.

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  3. The strawberries look great!πŸ“ It's stitching up nicely 😊

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  4. Absolutely adorable! I love the strawberries, they look wonderful.

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  5. Congrats on another adorable finish Rachel. These designs are so cute but the charts are so tiny.

    Linda

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  6. Super cute finish. Love the whole piece too. I can't see anything wrong with the French knots.

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  8. That calendar is going to be super cute when finished!

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  9. Just so cute!!! Love them! Great job keeping up. I'm way behind haha.

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  10. Every time I see this series of yours, I just think it is the most darling thing! Can't wait to see it completed!

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  11. The knots look fine, just like real strawberry seeds.

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