SAL

2016 Challenge
February 2016 to January 2017

Our "project" for 2016 is to list up for five pieces that are less than 50% completed and to complete each before January 2017.   One chance for each that is finished will be entered into a drawing in January.   In June of 2016, stitchers will have a one time chance to change out one of the stitcher's selections for a different challenge piece.  Time to clean up those UFO's.


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Girls of the Guild 
by 
Sharon Verbos of The Purple Thread

February 2015 to January 2016


Stitching Schedule
February 2015     Rows 1 - 2
March 2015     Rows 3 - 4
April 2015     Row 5
May 2015      Rows 6 - 7 - 8 
June 2015     Row 9
July 2015     Row 10 - 11
August 2015     Rows 12 - 13
September 2015     Rows 14 - 15
October 2015     Rows 16 - 17
November 2015     Rows 18 - 19
December 2015     Rows 20
January 2016     Completed!

February 2015 launched the Girls of the Guild sampler stitch-a-long.   Karen K. was nice enough to group order the pattern and fabric for any interested and provided it at the meeting.   At last count there are 29 participating.

Stacy S. provided a schedule of the rows to be completed each month.   Linen and floss can be as charted or you are welcomed to select your own favorites.  See the schedule and pattern corrections below.


This is such a pretty sampler with an even nicer verse that Sharon shared about the inspiration for her design.





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February 2013 - June 2014

This  SAL was WINTER WHITE SAMPLER by Eileen Bennet.   The design can be found on page 49 of the Jan/Feb 2013 Just Cross Stitch magazine.  Karen K. had the supplies at the March 2013 Meeting packaged up for those who had pre-ordered.   Cost for supplies was $17.85 and included the Just Cross Stitch magazine, the 35-count linen and the Special Dentellle #80.  Three other DMC flosses were needed and were selected by the individual stitcher.   Some choose to use three shades of other than the beige and cream tones.






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