Sunday, February 23, 2020

Slow Sunday Stitching -- Linen & Threads SAL February Clue Complete

I had more time to stitch this week.  Here's the progress on my Linen & Threads project:


I finished this in Global Studies this week.  Here it is in class:


I love this local school district's modern classrooms.  My project is on the "couch" in the front of the class.  There are tables and chairs.  There are outlets and charging stations a plenty.  The rooms seem "open" with the windows.  In the back of the room the tables and chairs are elevated.  It's very different from when I graduated in the 80's when the chair was still attached to the desk.

You can get the free pattern on the site Linen and Threads.  There are several free samplers on there.  This particular one is called "Friends and Family".  The 2020 Linen and Threads Mystery Stitch A Long (SAL) is a mystery sampler that was inspired by antique Quaker and Vierlande samplers.  It includes both traditional and new motifs and allows the stitcher to personalize the sampler with initials to celebrate his/her own friends and family.

I'm linking up at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.

Slow Sunday Stitching

10 comments:

  1. What a fabulously modern classroom the students get to learn in. Love those chairs. As for your Linen and Threads project, how pretty it is in the gorgeous blue threads. Such a pretty design!

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  2. those chairs in that classroom do look cozy and rolly too! lol I love your cross stitching progress :) Thanks for sharing it today! Kathi

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  3. Your work is looking so beautiful. The school district that I work for is ordering tables and chairs that are similar to what you showed. They will be outfitting a few of the classrooms that way to see if the students and teachers like the change.

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  4. Gorgeous! Doing it one colour really makes each design stand out. Not long to wait for the next instalment!

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  5. Your stitchery is looking lovely in blue. Love the classroom and how your district evolved with new ways to learn.

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  6. So fun that you and Sarah are stitching this project... I love watching your progress!
    Enjoy your slow stitching today!

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  7. I'm loving the pattern reveal week by week, Kathy. It's going to be SEW exquisite!!

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  8. Pretty embroidery project, I love it in blue!

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