Stitching, beading and other crafty bits
Very interesting that you stick two SALs.I worked last year after the daytime temperatures, always looked at the temperatures between 14 and 15h.I like your colors well.Martina
YOur temperature quilt is an interesting project, I'm curious as to how large it will become.
I think there are another two rows and an edging row, next time I stitch on it I'll measure it so far, photos can be deceptive
bright and vibrant the day one is and serene and calm the night. Do you have a plan on how they still be finished when stitched? X
I'm not sure, I have a couple of ideas but waiting until they are completed to decide
Certainly more summery! Looks like the red might come out for a few days this week too, if we believe the forecast! :)
I hope your adventure into the art shop wasn't fraught with too much peril! "Only" one skein seems to find a few other friends sometimes. :D
Your temperature SAL is looking lovely - I must catch mine up, it's about a fortnight behind
Beautiful work. Hope you can get your needed thread soon and catch up.
Love how your temperature SAL is coming along. You are doing a great job Clare. RJ@stitchingfriendsforever
Very pretty progress. I love how you are doing one for the daytime temperature and one for the nighttime temperature.
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