I was really hoping to have something new finished for this SAL this month, but I'm having one of my worst stitching and blogging months in recent history (nothing dramatic, just a lot of other stuff going on), so I'll have to do a bit of recycling. So today we're talking about a project that has been on this blog before, but it's been finished after the last FFG so I think it still counts as 'new'! This is the Binary Heart I made for Valentine's Day this year:
As you can see I finished it in a hoop - I bought a whole bunch of these small ones a while back, and it's quickly becoming a favourite technique! As usual, the back was secured and cleaned with some felt, and I stuck with the colour scheme on the front:
I'm not sure if I've talked about that before, but the cute dotted aida was part of a set of ornament cut fabrics I got a while back. I'm never sure what do do with printed fabrics, but think this was a nice fit.
So that's it for this month...hopefully, I'll have something more impressive for April!
I think I missed this when you posted it - I love it! It's a nice finish and a great gift for the techie in your life!
It's a lovely finish and the fabric looks great for it.
I like this finishing technique, although I’ve only used it one. This is a nice finish!
It looks fabulous and you’re obviously following in my footsteps of a last minute scramble to have something, anything, to show!
A great finish, I like how you cover the back.
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