Nerida Stitching Wallet SAL

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Join this Stitch-ALong to stitch & finish the Nerida Stitching Wallet!

By the end of this SAL, you will have stitched and assembled a beautiful stitching wallet to hold needles, scissors and other small bits and pieces such as a needle threader for example.

Please see the description tab for more information.

NOTE: Membership is purchased ONCE for the whole SAL – there are no extra fees for each section.


WITH THIS SAL, you will immediately get a downloadable PDF with all the information you need to get started:

  • a detailed shopping list
  • a schedule page with all SAL dates
  • a full key for all the colours used
  • a printable thread card
  • a layout page with a suggestion of how to place each section on the fabric
  • the outline of each section
  • a special stitch tutorial page for all those used in this SAL


  • Zweigart Belfast 32ct linen [Alternative: Zweigart Cashel 28ct linen]
  • DMC stranded cotton
  • Tom & Lily Creations stranded cotton
  • Rainbow Gallery Petite Treasure Braid
  • Mill Hill beads
  • 6 mm sequins

ONCE THE SAL HAS STARTED (on 17th April 2023), you will also get:

  • a chart for each of the 8 sections to be stitched (every 2-4 weeks depending on the size of each section)
  • a finishing tutorial with very clear instructions & photos, to fully assemble this project (once all the sections have been released)


  • cross-stitch
  • backstitch
  • special stitches (4 different types, including French knot)
  • beads
  • sequins


  • Tom & Lily Creations thread pack: link in ENGLISH or in FRENCH
  • Facebook Group: if you’re on Facebook, feel free to join the Faby Reilly Designs SAL group where I’ll be at hand to answer questions, and we can all admire each other’s beautiful work as it progresses!

(Obviously, it is NOT COMPULSORY to join this group in order to join the SAL – I’m also available over email or via the contact form)

If you want to stitch this exciting new project and perhaps use this opportunity to learn new techniques, knowing you’ll get help every step of the way, JOIN US NOW !!!

Any question? Don’t hesitate to contact me!

Additional information


Due to the nature of Digital Downloads*, this item is unfortunately non-refundable. However, should you experience any problem with it, please get in touch and I will be more than happy to help and offer a solution.

(*they are not returnable in their original unopened state, with the assurance that no copy has been retained)



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Q & A

Why is the skill level 'Expert' when everything will be explained ?? Annemiek Mulderij asked on 3rd April 2023

Hi Annemiek 😊 Including explanations in a pattern doesn't mean that it's an easy pattern. It simply means that it is a lot easier to stitch than it would be if there weren't any explanations.
I'm a firm believer that no project it too difficult for anyone, and I go out of my way to include detailed explanations to make sure that anyone can understand how it's done, but it wouldn't be fair to pretend that all my projects are easy.
This one is marked expert level because we will be stitching it with variegated threads (and it's not straightforward to stitch with such threads without ending up with stripy lines everywhere), also one of the special stitches used is quite complex. I believe that my explanations bring intricate patterns and stitches to the level of almost any stitcher, but it's only fair to be upfront about the fact that the pattern is not an easy one to start with, particularly when you can't see it for yourself (being a mystery SAL)
If the question is will you be able to stitch it, I'm very confident that the answer is yes 😊

Faby Reilly answered on 3rd April 2023 store manager

Thank you very much for your answer, completely understandeble, so I'll go for it 🫣😊

Annemiek Mulderij answered on 4th April 2023

You'll be absolutely fine, Annemiek 😊 !! And if you have any questions along the way, don't ever hesitate to email me or ask in the SAL group - I'll always be more than happy to answer and help 😊

Faby Reilly answered on 4th April 2023 store manager
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Can AIDA be used? Karen Daniel asked on 3rd April 2023

Hi Karen 😊 Yes, you can use aida for this project. There are a few fractional stitches in this pattern, but so few that it shouldn't cause any issues.

Faby Reilly answered on 3rd April 2023 store manager
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1 review for Nerida Stitching Wallet SAL

  1. Sarah Nash (verified owner)

    I’ve just completed this project and love it! I also did the Jacquie needle case and I like that they sit well together. Fabys instructions are clear and she responds to queries quickly which is a real bonus when you’re really keen to get going!

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