Sunday, 7 October 2007

Weekend Sal



I started Heirloom Christmas as a SAL with Elaine, but unfortunately she had to drop out and I have been ploughing on alone since then. Now however I have company once again and it has really spurred me one. I am finishing with Jane as a weekend SAL. We had agreed to do one line each weekend but we had both done row 27 on Saturday and agreed to go on and do row 28 as we were both enjoying it so much. Thank you Jane, you have given me the encouragement I was beginning to lack and I have really enjoyed stitching this weekend. Back to my rota tomorrow and it will be the turn on Loopylou's "Secret Garden". After my initial problems with this one I am looking forward to getting back to it now.

Thank you to all those who visit my blog and I do apologise to those who have been unable to leave comments since I moved to my new blog. I really have no idea what the problem is as some people have managed it and others havent. Having said that I have twice today been unable to post comments in blogs so maybe it is a general blogger problem. I do hope so and hope it will be sorted soon as I so love reading what you have to say.

Chiloe, I left messages on your blog hopefully answering the question you asked. If it was not clear please email me (link in my sidebar) and I will try to explain more fully.

8 comments:

Little Grey Cat said...

Helen, that is beautiful! I love those candles, they really are beautiful.

Ann T said...

Heirloom is looking great, I love all those little candles.

Karen said...

Oh that look great

BeckySC said...

It's looking so beautiful, Helen :) I do WISH I could get back into mine :)

jane said...

HC looks lovely Helen - I am really pleased to be stitching this again - though a lot of frogging went on last night ..lol

Karan said...

HC is beautiful Helen. Great progress on GE as well. Hope this gets through this time!

Julie said...

YAY ... i can post here LOL
i love Heirloom, well done Helen, hope you are on the mend {{big hugs}}

Sally said...

Heirloom Christmas is looking gorgeous Helen. I do wish I had the guts to try something like this!