Hello, fellow stitchers! I’m delighted to be sharing photos (much overdue) from the February meeting of the Tudor Rose Sampler Guild. Each month we have members tempt our taste buds with delicious snacks, which we all appreciate. Some months though, we are treated to a little something extra. This display was just too pretty and festive to pass up taking photos of. Don’t you agree?
Our program in February was scheduled to be a presentation on how we, as stitchers, display our needlework. Unfortunately, the program had to be postponed due to technical difficulties. Curses!! We did, however, have some fantastic show & tell offerings which I can’t wait to share with you.
Isn’t that darling?!
This was from the 2017 Fall issue of Punch Needle and Primitive Stitcher magazine. Isn’t this clever how Belinda finished and framed it?
Belinda B. was very busy this month and also brought these to show…
These are the Hands on Design Chalk Squared series that have the little monthly button attached to them. Belinda finished her January piece in a little tart tin.
I can’t wait to see the rest of these all stitched up and finished!
Karen H. stitched this piece and then had it finished into a project bag. Look how cute the lining fabric is!
This piece came as a kit with the finishing fabric and trim. It’s finished into a cute pillow.
Don’t you love it on that grey fabric?
I can’t get over how cute these are finished as little egg topiaries.
I suddenly feel the need to stitch some of these for myself!
Isn’t this beautiful?
I love the little needlebook that goes with it. I can’t wait to see it assembled.
Shelly M. finished this beautiful reproduction sampler.
Judy M. finished an original Adam & Eve sampler from Barbara Ana. (love that black sheep!)
Judy M. also finished this reproduction Adam & Eve sampler.
Lots of over one in this sampler.
Shari H. stitched and finished this ornament from The Stitch Niche.
Shari also stitched and finished last year’s TRSG annual ornament.
Shari also finished this fun beaded scissor fob.
Cindy S. shared this peacock on silk gauze. She will be teaching this piece as a guild program in May.
Thanks so much for checking in to see what our members have been up to!
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