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SAL – Garden Cat #5

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This is the scheduled three-weekly post for the SAL that I’m doing with several other crafty blogs and page four is now finished, as well as some of page three.

GardenCat-05I just have the rest of the flowers to do on this page and then it’s done. I think I might get that done for the next update and I’m already plotting what to work on next.

For the stitch-a-long I’m linking up to these lovely blogs:

Avis at Sewing beside the sea
Claire at Claire93
Kate at Tall tales from Chiconia
Gun at Rutigt
Wendy at The crafter’s apprentice
Lucy at Lucyannluna
Sue at The Magpie’s nest
Constanze at Textile Dreamer
Jess at Ever the crafter
DebbieRose at Sew Rosey
Christina at Petals and Pins
Susan at SusanPblog
Kathy at Sewing etc

Not everyone does an update each time, but their blogs are always worth a visit.

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Author: Carole

The books I read, the things I make, the places I go.

22 thoughts on “SAL – Garden Cat #5

  1. That’s the trouble with this SAL. We know we are going to finish which means we start dreaming of what to do next. This is such a happy design 😀

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  2. This embroidery makes me so happy every time I see it!!!!

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  3. Love this pattern more each time! Yay, almost complete. So much fun to decide on a new project.

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  4. This is so happy and colourful. Look forward to seeing it when it’s done.

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  5. looking prettier and prettie every time ^^

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  6. Carole, you will be done before you know it. I finally have the right word for this project–whimsical! It is beyond cheerful 🙂

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  7. Well done, it’s looking great. I really love this bright and cheerful design

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  8. What a lovely garden that puss has to play in! I shall be sad when it’s finished, but I know you’ll have something amazing lined up for your next project.

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  9. Carole, I love that cat more and more every time I see it! I have now googled Satsuma Street – would you mind if I get this to embroider too?

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