Wednesday, October 28, 2015

SFS & Smalls

Month: October
Spent: $10.77
Carryover: 70.41

Yet another DMC run. It would be easier to stitch to my budget if I didn't keep running out of thread. I have enough patterns and fabric to last for several years and not much desire to buy any new charts, but floss. I just keep running out.

This month's finish for the Smalls SAL is Heart of British Columbia, which I just squeaked in.

TitleHeart of British Columbia
DesignerThe Victoria Sampler
Start dateOctober 24, 2015
Finish dateOctober 27, 2015
Total time5.5 hours
Fabric32 ct white lugana
FlossAs charted


Heather said...

That was my problem this month too.

Rachel Tomkins said...

Well done on your healthy SFS budget. Are you going to treat yourself to something at the end or just consider it a "virtual" win?
Your small looks lovely too. I can't believe you stitched that in just 5.5 hours! :)

Esmeralda said...

Congrets on your finish and sfs budget
I love the heart you must have turbo needles :)

Kaisievic said...

Gorgeous finish, Heart of Columbia is very pretty.

Pull the other thread said...

Great finish!

Margie said...

Seems to me that running out of a floss is a lovely thing, as it means you are actively stitching and not just acquiring patterns for the theoretical "someday". Consuming floss means you are actively working towards finishes which is the goal of SFS!

Marie said...

Love the Victoria Sampler Heart designs.
Great job on Heart of British Columbia!

gominam said...

Lovely finish:)

Le trame della Galaverna said...

Beautiful finish

Anonymous said...

cute finish ♥

Maria del Valle said...

Cute finish!!

Anna van Schurman said...

Love your heart series. You're convincing me I should make a few as souvenirs of our trips to Canada!

Karen said...

Very pretty finish! Is there one for Ontario?

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