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Monday, April 6, 2015

E - été

6th April "E" Post
"été" - Collection Tralala

Welcome to 6th April and posting Day 5 of the "Blogging from A to Z April 2015 Challenge".   

Day 5 is "E" day....

"E" - "Moutons de Saisons - été".....

été: French for Summer, which is the warmest of the four temperate seasons, falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice.

I first started stitching this sweet seasonal design in January as part of my Crazy January challenges. This design also goes towards my Gifted Gorgeousness (GG) SAL posts on 15th of every month.

The picture below is where I was at when I last posted about été for the GG SAL in February.

I stitched on this one again on Friday evening and Saturday and now it looks like this:

I am so loving these designs... they are ever so sweet and cute!  I am looking forward to getting back to this one again once the April challenge is over.

So that's it for today's "E" post...  Tomorrow's post will be about the letter "F" - can you guess which one of my WIP's will be the star of the "F" day?  I do have 4 "F" WIP's on the go at the moment!

Til next time.... Happy Stitching and Happy Blogging!
Hugs xx


sharine said...

Very pretty progress:)

Linda said...

Cute design and nice progress Noni.


butterfly said...

Love this design.

Justine said...

What a cute design. You made lovely progress. This is a great idea for the A to Z challenge!

Sunni said...

I bet all that stitching is very tedious work. Crossstitch is beautiful when it's finished though.

Love your cats!


Tyrean Martinson said...

Cute designs!

Yvonne Ventresca said...

Love this design!


Clarabelle Rant said...

The heart on the lamb is really cute!

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Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Oh dear, poor Sunni, I think we need to educate her! Fancy thinking that stitching is tedious LOL. Doesn't she realise it's the most wonderful way to spend an hour (or two or three) every day!
I do love seasonal designs myself and this is such a sweet one.

Brigitte said...

Seasonal projects are some of my favourites, no matter what season. I love them all. Well, maybe winter a bit less, lol.

Annette said...

So big progress, your on a roll.
keep it going