It's called The Four Seasons and I think it's my favorite design of theirs. I found it years ago in a Ben Franklin's (that tells you just how long ago it was!) and for some reason, as much as I liked it, didn't buy it at the time. Of course, when I went back to get it, it was gone and OOP so I gave up on the idea of stitching it. Then several years later, I was browsing in a used bookstore and found it lurking in a magazine rack just waiting for me to get it into my hot little hands. This time, I snatched it up. I wasn't going to let it go a second time. I stuffed it into my filing cabinet and just never got around to stitching it. But I have decided that this will be the perfect chart to use for the SAL. I have pulled all the threads but am still undecided about the fabric. It's between a 14 count Linaida or a 26 count (over 2) Hickory Heatherfield. I'll probably decide this week and get to work on it soon. I am going to have it framed just like it shows on the cover. I love the idea of a window pane mat. It will be stitched in one piece since my framer thinks it will be easier to frame that way. I'm really looking forward to starting this one.