SAL Update – Prism Owls #20

May 2, 2021 at 6:54 am | Posted in Embroidery | 12 Comments
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Today’s the scheduled update about my owl, which hasn’t grown a lot – but what has grown is the branch he’s sitting on. I’m really starting to like the spirally patterns on the branch, although, as always with this pattern, it consists completely of confetti stitches in too many colours – but the effect is worth it:

Hoping to finish the branch and possibly the tail feathers till the next update, and then I’ve decided to move on to the next owl to the right, which is incidentally sitting on that same branch.

Here’s the comparison with last time:

In progress picture of a colourful owl in counted cross-stitch

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, Christina, Kathy, Margaret, Heidi, Jackie, Sunny, Megan, Deborah, Sharon, Daisy, AJ, Cathie, Linda, Helen, Connie and Cindy.


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  1. a very nice swirly design pattern on branch ^^

  2. You have done a lot of stitching these past three weeks. I really do like that branch! It makes what could be boring quite interesting and fun!

  3. It’s definitely worth all the confetti stitches. Beautiful!

  4. Looks like quite a bit of progress to me!

  5. That’s so cool! The comparison transition…how did you do that? haha a feature on here I need to learn about 🙂 The owl is looking great!

    • The block in the WordPress editor is called “image compare”, and you just give it the two images. Very easy to do.

      • Cool! I’ll try that next time. Thanks!

  6. Wow, you have really done a lot!!!!

  7. I enjoy seeing your progress on your owl.

  8. Great progress this time round – well done xx

  9. There’s another owl? I can’t wait!

  10. Lots of great progress 🙂 Looking wonderful.

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