It may not seem like much, but it's been awhile since I've finished a project. I last showed my progress on this towel before I did the hems on the sides and created the fringe. The instructions with the kit I bought had another way of finishing the stitching, but I feel by hemming the sides that the ends of the embroidery floss will be more likely to stay put. Plus I think it makes it look finished.
I'm linking this up to Celebrate Color over at Rachel's blog, Stitched in Color. I'm sure you all have heard about the great things she's been doing to celebrate the colors of fall. I was going to post a mosaic of my fall favorites when this celebration started, but time got away from me. I don't think anyone can argue that the colors in this towel are anything but fall.
For those of you who do not know what Swedish Weaving is, this information was put up by my local needle shop.
Now on to the eye candy.
I hope you enjoyed my work. I am completely hooked on this embroidery and already have more materials to do another project. Please come back tomorrow when I will be sharing some more love for fall after spending the morning in the woods.