2022 Charity Christmas SAL - complete chart
Now completed, so all baubles are included!
It's a hat-trick!
Back for year number 3, here is this year's bauble-a-thon!
In 2020 I ran the first of my Christmas baubles stitch-a-longs featuring a robin perched on some holly branches and these branches became adorned with hanging baubles as the SAL ran its course. Another followed last year, this time for charity, with a partridge in a pear tree. These branches were a kind of mirror image of the 2020 version, so that they would sit happily next to one another or at either end of a shelf or mantle piece. This year's version was designed to sit between the other 2 versions, but will happily sit on its own if this is your first time joining in and it will be once again for charity, last year we raised over £500! (thank you!) I still wanted to make it very affordable so I am again asking for just £1 to join in and 100% of this £1 from each sale will go to UNICEF, (you may be charged slightly more at checkout due to digital VAT being added depending on where in the world you are) I'll keep you posted in December on how much we have raised and thank you in advance! If you feel you might like to donate more, you could just buy it more than once!
Please note the final photo here shows the 2020 and 2021 designs too, which are not included with this chart (but are still available to purchase, please click HERE for more details)
You will receive the templates via e-mail and then each release will be available via the SAL drop down menu when you are signed into your account, if you don't have an account you can make one by clicking here
The release dates are 9/11, 12/11, 16/11, 19/11, 23/11, 26/11, 30/11 and 3/12
Size in stitches 128 x 128, no fractional stitches.
On 18 count this measures 18cm square. on 16 count 20.5 cm square and on 14 count 23 cm square, you will need a bit more fabric allowance if you wish to include a border (there are 2 new borders options included)
There are no colour recommendations, this is a good project for using up odd bits of thread you may have leftover from other projects.