Sunday, 25 January 2015

SAL update

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I can't believe it, but another 3 weeks has passed since I last updated you on my Save The Stitches blackwork sampler designed by Elizabeth Almond of Blackwork Journey.

I haven't made as much progress as last time, but I'm still chugging away.


I finished block 18 (the two squares on the left), and have made a start on block 19 (the four squares plus the little one on the right).  Block 20 (the bottom row) is nearly done.  When I've finished this section, I've only got one more set of 4 blocks to go!  It's a good job too as I did enter this into the Uttoxeter Quilt and Stitch Village show, so it needs to be finished and framed by April!


You can go and see what the other participants have been up to here:



Claire at Claire93's blog

Gun at Rutigt



Alison at Minerva Handmade


13 comments:

Cheryl said...

Simply beautiful threadwork!

Rhonda H said...

This is gorgeous! Such patience to make this! And it is stunning the black against the white in the stitches!

Moo and Mouse said...

Oh my goodness, that is a work of art…so beautiful.
Emma x

sewingbesidethesea said...

Beautiful stitching! Good luck with the show :-)

Sarah in Stitches said...

It's looking great! Oohh, I can't wait to see it framed. It's going to do so well at the Quilt and Stitch show!

talltalesfromchiconia said...

This is such beautiful work! I love how delicate and lacy it looks. Hope you win a prize in the show...

Rachel said...

Finished and framed by April? Yikes! Good luck!

Anita said...

Oh lovely piece of fine work there.
Very nice.
Cheers, Anita.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Hello...I'm Sandra, one of Vicki's helpers...thanks for being a GYBP 2015 blogger; enjoy the party!

Judy Cooper Textile Images said...

I've been watching your progress on the black work. Just beautiful!

Christine said...

It's looking gorgeous

Flickenstichlerin said...

This is so beautiful, great project and wonderfully stitched.
Greetings,
Sylvia

Jane Galley said...

It's still progress and one step closer to the finish. Happy stitching