Wednesday, June 25, 2014

2014 Smalls SAL

It's that time again. Time for my 2014 Smalls SAL update.
I stitched another little something that I designed.

It's all about my four legged fur babies this month, and I will hang this in my front door window, since it is sooooo very appropriate.

"Nose Art"
Designed by Me. 
Stitched on 28 count linen using DMC threads.
Those are supposed to be dog nose prints, the black for my "Monster" (German Shepard) and the ginger for my little "Jack" (Brittany Spaniel).

 Cody aka Monster

 Jack aka Ebenezer (don't know why, but he loves that name)

That's it for today, I haven't gotten much stitchin' done this month, but I have been doing loads of designing. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your thoughts behind, I appreciate each and every one of them.

Take Care & Happy Stitchin'
Hugs, Sandy


  1. adorable, greatings from Germany, Martina

  2. Oh that's so cute and funny :)

  3. Love your little finish! I can totally relate. Your fur babies are sweet.

  4. Great finish! Love your dogs too! :)

  5. Such a wonderful design and gorgeous dogs! I found your blog from the Smalls SAL page and now I'm a new follower!

  6. LOL! I love it! We call them snot angels here.

  7. Your Nose art is awesome! Love it.
    Hugs, Christina


  8. What a great piece to stitch for your windows. Cody & Jack - Ebenezer
    obviously approve. K.

  9. Your jar is getting pretty full and I LOVE your new design! I think I might need it for my house - LOL it is all I can do to keep the windows clean with 3 dogs.

  10. Cute design and your ort jar is about full!

  11. What a great design about your dog's nose.
    Have you ever been to the Ant of Sweden web

    She is having a contest that was mentioned in a newsletter that I receive.
    Here is a link to the newsletter explaining Contest 1 - Design and stitch
    your own text message.

    I think your design is certainly worthy of winning the prize.

  12. Your dogs and your stitching are so cute! :). l


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