SAL Update – Prism Owls #23

September 5, 2021 at 6:06 am | Posted in Embroidery | 8 Comments
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Lots of things to see today (except the next owl, but we’re getting there). Here’s last time:

In progress picture of a counted cross-stitch pattern, visible is the negative space in the black background on top of the second owl.

I finished the current batch of black, filled in the branches, and started on the bump of foliage on the left side. You can see the outline of the next owl much better now!

In-progress shot of a counted cross-stitch-project. The black background at the top is outlining the shape of the head of an owl. To the left, there are some finished branches and the start of an area of green foliage.

In the middle of the foliage, you can see more outline of his “hair” – this is clearly going to be 80s-emo-owl. I love the fact that all the owls on this design have such different personalities!

I won’t be posting three weeks from now (finally, some travel!), but I’m taking the Bee and hope to have a nice update afterwards.

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, Cindy, Heidi, Jackie, Sunny, Megan, Deborah, Renee, Carmela, Sharon, Daisy, Anne, AJ, Cathie, Linda and Helen.


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  1. good idea to get some of that black stitched. This owl looks like it’s going to be a very chubby one ^^

  2. Enjoy your travel. I love those swirl filled branches.

  3. He will show up eventually!

  4. You did very well again. Enjoy your holiday!

  5. Enjoy your trip and will be excited to see the progress. Those are a lot of black stitches 🙂

  6. You are brave to be stitching black!

  7. Great progress! Cant wait to see the next owl!

  8. Maybe there is no owl but there is great progress even so. xx

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