SAL Update – Prism Owls #14 – again

November 15, 2020 at 10:33 am | Posted in Embroidery | 10 Comments
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Unfortunately I haven’t touched this in the last three weeks, so here’s the last state again:

Progress shot of counted cross-stitch embroidery of a cute owl

I have been busy elsewhere, however: my November project is making a textile postcard for every day of the month, that is, 30 in all. I’ll do a writeup here when the month is up, but you can follow along as I’m doing them in this twitter thread. I hope to have something more to show on the embroidery side next time.

Here are the other members of the SAL who are posting today. Make sure to check out their work, it’s amazing: Avis, Claire, Gun, Carole, Sue, Christina, Kathy, Margaret, Cindy, Heidi, Jackie, Sunny, Hayley, Megan, Deborah, Mary Margaret, Renee, Carmela, Sharon, Daisy, Anne, Connie, AJ, Jenny, Laura, Cathie, Linda and Helen.

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  1. I was looking forward to seeing the colors of the chest feathers. I would love to see those postcards.

  2. a shame you didn’t find time to make any progress, but sounds like you’ve been very busy with other things ^^

  3. The postcard project sounds really interesting. I will check it out on twitter.

  4. I just looked at your twitter feed. Your postcards are gorgeous!! Do you send them to people? I would be so nervous that they would get damaged.

  5. So many things to sew and so little time! Look forward to seeing this in 3 weeks and to looking at your postcards!

  6. It’s always nice to see your owl again. Thanks for linking 🙂

  7. I took a peek at your postcards on Twitter — such a lovely idea, and I can’t wait to see them all finished. The owl is patient and will wait.

  8. Nice to be able to say hello. Can’t wait to see the postcard project.

  9. Good work and good week!!
    Hugs, Carmela

  10. Your postcards are lovely ~ no wonder you haven’t had time to work on your owl. It would be a good size to play with ideas and fabrics.


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