It's the 10th of the month so time for another Fully Finished Gallery SAL and to show what you've been FFOing since your last check-in.
The aim of this SAL is to encourage all cross stitchers to fully-finish at least some of their completed cross stitch projects and proudly show them off via this gallery. These might be projects which have been gathering dust for weeks/months/years and/or projects which have recently been completed; it doesn't matter.
Whether you are a regular fully-finisher, an ad-hoc fully-finisher or a reluctant fully-finisher, you are all welcome. There is no need to sign up and no commitment required, just pop in when you have one or more fully-finished cross stitch projects to show.
If you are unsure of anything, the FFG SAL 2019 page at the top of my blog may help, or just ask.
2) July in Ruby was stitched for my Year of Birthstones and finished off as usual. I should have used red ribbon but the one I had clashed terribly. The pink's not too bad and does as least match the pink tones in the thread.
Now it's over to you to show what you've been finishing recently.
Please link-up using the URL of your FFG SAL post and not the home page of your blog, adding a thumbnail of a finish and either your name or your blog name as the caption. The link-up will remain open for 10 days, closing at 6am UK time on 20th July.
And please don't forget to follow other links and see what fellow fully-finishers have been up to; you never know, other projects may give you an idea for your next finish!
Once the link-up has closed I shall update the FFG SAL 2019 page with the number of entrants and entries.
As usual I'm really looking forward to seeing what everyone has finished and created. Given the projects from the first half of the year there should be some stunning finishes to look forward to.