SAL Update – Prism Owls #24

November 7, 2021 at 9:34 am | Posted in Embroidery | 11 Comments
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We can actually see bits of owl today – almost half of his fabulous blue hair is done!

Last time:

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.

And today:

In-progress picture of a counted cross-stitch project showing blue/violet head feathers on the left half of an owl's head.

I really like the colouring on this one!

Here are the other members of the SAL who are posting today. Make sure to check out their work, itโ€™s amazing:ย Avis, Claire, Gun, Christina, Kathy, Margaret, Cindy, Heidi, Jackie, Sunny, Megan, Deborah, Sharon, Daisy, AJ, Cathie, Linda, Helen and Connie.

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  1. Blue hair on an owl. Okay, now I am really looking forward to seeing what this entire owl looks like.

  2. Starting to really take shape

  3. This is beginning to take shape and you are making good progress.

  4. lots of lovely blues in there!

  5. This design is all about the colours. Gorgeous!

  6. Those are great colors, this will be some owl!

  7. This is looking fabulous. Love the blues. Looks like a pretty chubby owl! Can’t wait to see more

  8. It must feel great to be seeing progress and getting to work with so many different colours!

  9. Canยดt wait to see the rest of this owl ๐Ÿ™‚ Blue hair!? ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Lots of fabulous progress on this ๐Ÿ™‚ Excited to see the owl!

  11. Very pretty colors indeed! You made some great progress ๐Ÿ™‚


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