Wow, the first month of 2016, has already whizzed by. I really wish time would slow down a little bit. However, every time I look up, a week, then two, then three have gone by before I know it. Our January Tudor Rose Sampler Guild Meeting was our opportunity to renew our annual M.A.G.I.C. (My Annual Good Intentions Contract) and dive back into our project baskets or deep into cupboards, find those projects that we put down and have not made it back to, and truly commit to completing them. We had another successful year with many participants finishing some of their lists and others completing all of their lists. Good job everybody! We also had a beautiful display of show and tell projects. Check them out below:
Finishing by Betty H.
This antique sampler was stitched on Penelope Cloth with wool threads.
Mary McRobert has been reproduced and stitched by Debbie H. The pattern will be published and sold by Woody Creek Designs (Debbie H.’s new designing company. Be on the lookout for new frames too).
Stitched on silk gauze.
Cyndi found this little pattern at The Alamo’s gift shop in San Antonio.
The Juan Scarf pattern is from The Marisol Collection (Jane Ellison). Yarn: Lhasu Wilderness by Bijou Spin (yak and bamboo).
This Merry Cox piece is from a class taught in Austin, Texas in 1992.
This is from a class Catherine taught for Austin Stitchery Guild in October 2000.
This was a 2015 Tudor Rose Sampler Guild SAL.
This pattern is from a series Amy Mitten is releasing called Around the World in 80 Days. Each “excursion” will be in the style of a different country.
This was a Spring 2014 Tudor Rose Sampler Guild Workshop.
The tape measure, two thread cards, scissor fob, needle threader, pin keep and biscornu were finished by Artistic Needle. The thimble holder, floss keeper, chatelaine, huswife, and needlebook were finished by Betty H.
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