Friday, 27 December 2019

2019/2020 NYE Mystery SAL - Part 5

Welcome to the fifth part of the NYE Mystery SAL! This time you get more white in the border. The nice easy start is continuing for this part, but don't get too used to it as later there will be more stitches per part.
This is what my part four looks like after I finished stitching it, you can see I park my threads all over the place - it's important to move the thread out of the way when you stitch an area or you may end up having to rip to be able to use the parked thread next time (Yup, I did that...)

There are no new colours this time.

Remember to check the information sheet on the pattern for pointers as to where new stitches are added and count carefully! Also don't forget which way is up - I forgot last Mystery SAL and had to do a bit of ripping...

DET stands for DMC EToile - when making the palette for Etoile in PCStitch I wasn't allowed to re-use DMC as a code so I had to pick something else.

Colour used this time
  • Colour E (DET C Blanc (white) on the pattern)
Number of stitches:
  • 48 - in Colour E
For a total of 48 stitches for this part.

You can find the pattern here

See you for the next part of the mystery in 4 hours!

I do not expect anyone to be able to be up to date at all times during the SAL - you need to eat and sleep at the very least so expect to be "behind" part - if not all - of the time! It's part of the nature of this type of SAL for this to happen, so being "behind" is the normal state of affairs. If you are a slow stitcher expect to finish "after" the SAL has "finished" - though tbh the SAL is always available and new people find the patterns on a regular basis so it's never really over.

On all social media sites the tag to use is: #NYEMysterySAL - let's make the world see what we are up to!

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