Tuesday, 3 September 2019

Weavers Birds SAL - Part 9

Welcome to the ninth part of the Weavers Birds SAL! This month you get the last part of this band! You also get the first two rows of the next band, though it might be a good idea to wait with stitching those few stitches - especially if you are going to use more than one colour.
This is what yours will look like after you have finished stitching this part... aren't those chicks in the nest cute?

Next month you get the first part of the last band!

You can find the black and white pattern here
You can find the colour pattern here

If you are stitching this too and want to join us on Facebook just go to the Facebook group and apply!

If you want to (also) join in on Instagram or Twitter all you need to do is use the tag #WeaversBirdsSAL and my name @Magical525 and I'll be sure to look in on your work and possibly even re-tweet it if it's on Twitter!

I'll see you tomorrow for this month's Finish It In... 2019 post (hopefully! Yes I keep saying that but I do mean it!) and Friday for the Ornament of the Month, which, as I'm up to stitching again MAY even be more than just stitched!


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