Saturday, 9 April 2016

April's progress

Just a little update as I have a couple of finishes to share - firstly March's Round in Circles. Unfortunately Ilke's mum passed away and so understandingly March and early April so a slight pause in Mabel Figworthy's Round in Circles Hardanger Stitch-along - however I finished my March piece and am looking forward to starting April's when Ilke is ready - there are times when life, love and family are more important than stitching.

March - Round in Circles SAL
I have also finished Jardin Prive's Autumn Tree which means my Four Season's SAL 2015 with Needlecraft Haven is now complete - a little late but it's done. It means now I can change the design in my frame for each season. I do need to iron and back my autumn tree with interfacing to stiffen it so it looks a little bumpy in the photo but I wanted to show it in the frame.

You can find the charts on Jardin Prive's free charts page.

Autumn Tree
My trees for all seasons 
My stitching plans for April are to catch up on the Monthly Christmas Challenge on Needlecraft Haven - I need to stitch last months and this month's free chart has been revealed.

I love running Needlecraft Haven - it is a members only forum so if you'd like to apply for membership this is the link Needlecraft Haven link.

If you've applied for membership please check your Yuku inbox as I have recently authorised quite a few accounts but not yet seen those members on the forum.

Thank you for calling by and good luck with all your April crafting.


12 comments:

  1. Your seasonal SAL pieces look gorgeous Clare.

    Your hardanger looks lovely.

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  2. The Jardin Prive trees look lovely and the hardanger looks great!

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  3. The hardanger SAL is lovely.
    The Jardin Prive freebies are great too. I have them saved on my computer!

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  4. Your trees are so pretty! I love the idea of changing them round with the seasons. I love the hardanger too - great job.

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  5. Your hardanger SAL piece looks lovely, and the Jardin Prive Seasonal SALs look great too!
    Have a great weekend.
    Barbara xx

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  6. I love seasonal designs; thank you for the freebie link! You have a great frame for switching them around too. :)

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  7. Beautiful hardanger Clare, and the seasonal trees are lovely

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  8. Your March Hardanger looks so nice with the pink colours.
    I still have to stitch these lovely trees, I just love the four seasons theme.

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  9. The hardanger looks so lovely, I really must give it another go sometime... I say that about a lot of things recently.

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  10. The hardanger is lovely. It's one type of embroidery I would really like to try. The 4 seasons look lovely. I only got as far as stitching Spring in my choice for the seasons sal so I plan to do summer next month, another thing that will get finished eventually! I really like the frame yours are in.

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  11. You've used lovely colours in your hardanger. It's nice to have each of the seasonal trees completed.

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  12. Your Hardanger piece is so pretty Clare and I love your four seasonal trees x

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