Here’s hoping everyone has had a wonderful summer spending time with family and friends, creating timeless memories visiting new places, and most of all, wasting time stitching. Its even better when you get to do all of this and more.
Catherine Theron’s Travel-Sized Quaker Sewing Roll
In early August, the members of Tudor Rose gathered together to begin learning how to assemble this year’s Stitch-A-Long, Catherine Theron’s Travel-Sized Quaker Sewing Roll.
Betty H., a very talented member of Tudor Rose who has finished many lovely items for other members, shared her knowledge of finishing techniques and even passed along a few tips. Betty walked the members through the steps to easily complete the finishing of our sewing roll. We were even fortunate enough to see a sewing roll already completed.
One of Betty’s handy tips was how to identify the shape and pattern size of pinking shears. Check out the picture, you’ll see.
Show & Tell
Lori’s four ornaments were finished by Betty H.
Stitched on 52/60 Ct. Linen with Gloriana Threads Tudor Silk. Thank you Robert for the very special little memorial to some special stitching sisters in your life.
Love the kitties looking they are drinking from a bowl.
Judy is already ahead of the game. These pieces are for the October 2015 EGA National Seminar in San Antonio, Texas.
We hope you can find time to join us at our next Tudor Rose Sampler Guild meeting which will take place on Tuesday, September 2, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. at Presbyterian Mission Center, 6100 Colwell Boulevard, Irving, Texas.
Summer afternoon — summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.Henry James