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Sunday, October 5, 2014

October YOTA SAL

Hi Blogger Friends.  It's Year of the Acronym time again.  But, OOPS, I'm a day late.  This is where we pick a project and work on it during the month and post a before and after picture on the first Saturday.  It is being hosted by Pull the Other Thread.

This is Bothy Threads cut-thru North Pole House.

10-4-14  I managed to get the section done to the right of the elf.

9-6-14

Thanks for looking.    Linda

21 comments:

EvalinaMaria said...

Hey, it's a nice progress!

Preeti said...

Good progress, Linda!

Neilteil said...

I love this Cut Thru. May have to tackle it after Fairy Hill :) Lovely stitching.

sharine said...

They are both looking wonderful:)

Lulu said...

Beautiful progress Linda! I haven't made my YOTA post yet and yours is the first I've seen so far :)

Irene said...

Che lavoro grande! Bellissimo

Brigitte said...

Very nice progress.

Pull the other thread said...

Looks great. Well done on a successful YOTA.

Katie said...

Beautiful update! Keep it up.

Emma/Itzy said...

Well done on your progress!

Pat said...

Nice progress :0)

butterfly said...

Great progress , looking wonderful.

Anne said...

Looking great Linda! Amazing what backstitching can bring to life right?!

Kaisievic said...

Linda, you do so well with the Cut Thrus, much more patience than I. Now, I wonder where that dang castle has got to?

RuthB said...

Excellent progress, Linda. Congrats.

Thanks for cheering me on the Mini challenge. The book that those patterns are from is American School of Needleworks #3673 "365 Designs Cross Stitch All through the Year" by Sam Hawkins

Carol said...

Such a fun piece--and wonderful progress, Linda!

Margaret said...

Such a fun piece! I love watching your progress!

Sally said...

I am loving watching your progress on this. Such a fun piece.

Sarah in Stitches said...

Great progress, Linda! :D

Miamina said...

You are doing really with this WIP, I love seeing it take shape!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Nice progress, these are lovely designs.