I came across a group of bloggers here on WordPress who are part of a Stitch-A-Long group of stitchers. A SAL is a group designed to help motivate and encourage us to finish projects one at a time. How many of us have multiple projects, unfinished sitting in a drawer? This group is a great way to motivate everyone to get one project done at a time and I was so impressed by all of their work that I decided to inquire about joining them. To my delight I was accepted into the group so now I write my first SAL post! Thank you ladies for letting me join!
My last post on my peacock cross-stitch project was on weeks 1-3. This photo is week 4. It may seem like I am almost done but the entire plume on Miss Peacock has yet to be worked on. Wait until you see how big it is. Yikes! That will take me a while especially with spring gardening in my future.
I will be back April 2nd with another update and SAL post so stay tuned. I wonder what I should name this peacock? Any suggestions? -MM
Please check out the other SAL member’s blogs by clicking on the links below. They are doing some fantastic work! If you are interested in joining the group please contact Avis who is the very first link.
Avis, Claire, Gun, Carole, LucyAnn, Kate, Jess, Sue,
Constanze, Debbierose, Christina, Susan, Kathy,
Margaret, Cindy, Helen, Steph, Linda, Catherine, Wendy,
8 thoughts on “My First SAL (Stitch-A-Long) Post”
Welcome to the SAL. Your peacock is beautiful. Hope you find as much motivation here as I have. This really is a great group of stitchers.
Thank you Cindy. I love how talented you all are.
Welcome to the sal 🙂 look forward to seeing the peacocks plume.
Thank you Jessica. I am very excited to be part of the group!
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Welcome aboard 🙂 I was trying to be clever, thinking of a name for your peacock. SALLY! How appropriate. Then I realised that would be for a pea-hen oops! How about Salvador?
The peacock is soo pretty!
Thank you so much!
I’m only just now getting around to see some of the work that was posted for our March SAL. Welcome Mary Margaret! Your peacock is beautiful. I’ll be looking forward to seeing his tail come into its full glory! (I’m terrible at naming things but if I think of something good I’ll try to remember to come back and let you know. 😉 )