Wednesday, 7 January 2009

Beatrix Potter SAL

I have finally sorted out my fabric and threads for this SAL and hopefully I'm going to try and get some stitches in before the weekend. I decided on 32 count antique white Belfast linen as I've used that before quite a bit and for some reason I can never match coloured fabric and threads successfully. The thread is DMC115 as I already had enough of that in my sewing box and I like the effect that it gives so I've stuck with something that I know that I'll be happy with.

It's not a very good photo, I think my camera is freezing up in this cold weather or it could just be my cold hands not doing it right lol.


Solstitches said...

Hi Sue,
Thanks for visiting my blog and for your nice comments.
Happy belated birthday - yours is the day after mine :)
I joined the Beatrix Potter blog SAL as have had this piece as a WIP in danger of turning into UFO.
Mine is about two thirds done.
I like your fabric and thread choice.


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