Monday, February 28, 2011

Part One of a new SAL


I am happy to show you part one of a new SAL I am going to do. It should be a really relaxing piece to stitch. It is just a small amount, each week, from now until Easter. I fell in love with it at first sight & immediately went & found a piece of material that will work great. It is hand dyed by me....a real pale green....perfect for an Easter/spring piece.
You can find the SAL here, with the directions:
http://novalee02.over-blog.com/

Have a wonderful day....be sure to get all of your Feb. stitching commitments done today!!!!! Tomorrow starts March!!!!!

17 comments:

Vicky L said...

I am doing the same SAL too. I stitch some of it last night while I was watching the Oscars. I am doing mine on a dark rose linen piece. Yours is very pretty and cute.

Mylene said...

It is beautiful, Shari. I haven't seen this SAL yet, i wonder if it is possible to join in.

I am off to Zumba, will send a note later tonight. Have a nice day.

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

What a beautiful start you have, Shari!

Blu Stitcher said...

I love Easter, I can't wait to see more done.

Miss LindaLee said...

Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed reading and exploring your blog. Great job. Great stitching! I'll be stopping by often.

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Beth said...

Dumb alert - I went to the link, and I think that the piece is just darling, but it left me a little confused. I could see the different squares, but I couldn't tell how many stitches per square there was except of course the chickies. How did you know how big a piece of fabic you needed? I think I would like to try it if I could.

Debra said...

looking good.

Mary said...

This is adorable, Shari. It's a quick, relaxing stitch with each part divided into a few weeks.

Thanks for the link....I have the perfect fabric for this and I love the colors in it. It's a happy Easter piece

Carol said...

Your new start is so cute, Shari--that will be a perfect Easter piece :)

I can't believe March is here--thank goodness! I can see the grass again so the daffodils should be poking up through the ground very soon. It sure has been a long winter...

Julie said...

A lovely SAL, thanks for the link Shari, its pretty

Anonymous said...

It's hard to believe that you have been stitching 25 years. That would have to mean you started when you about 3 years old. Dad

Elaine said...

What a cute Sal Shari, have fun!

Carolyn NC said...

Very pretty!

Marcy said...

It looks so cute. I'm thinking of starting this sal also -- though I'm not sure when I'll be able to do it.

Nancy M said...

Looks like a cute SAL and much more manageable than the only one I've joined....Castle SAL!!!

Brigitte said...

This is a wonderful SAL. Ansd if I didn't have already so much on my plate I would have joined as well, but it' s just a bit too much. So I'll just follow your progress on your blog.

Rita said...

Rats! I missed out on that sal. It looks really cute; I love the colors.