Anyway a few spare weeks and she’s come out and had a bit more added. As an Expat, I feel very privilaged to be a member of your blog. Also, the main blog page is: As many of us know, Life happens, and then our stitching projects have to go on hold for the duration. Let me know on this post if you’re up for it. Someone else has done the alphabet photo some where on Needleprint’s blog and it looked quite good.
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Mary Wigham SAL UK
Can’t wait to see the details. I also took pics of the places I’ve stitched her in and thought I’d share them here as well as emailing them to Jacqueline. I just want to take a moment together to remember all the astonishing projects you, yes you, inspired.
My Mary is the next project I’m doing a SAL on with a friend every Friday, we’ve been working on Quaker’s every week for almost 2 years now and we decided that this time we would both work on one that we both already had as a WIP instead of starting something new.
You are the soul of generosity and certainly know how to make lemonade when life hands out lemons! Never be afraid to ask your supplier if they have paid a license fee – they are proud to tell you they have.
Hazel 1 February at Do You Know this Woman?
Robbin 22 May at It has been many years since I touched my Mary Wigham sampler and many things have changed for me. All of the pics so far look wonderful. I am esp glad to see it will be charted for DMC. Monday, 17 August Mary turns a corner. This is so generous of you, and I can hardly believe wibham news.
Monday, 13 July Mary in Llangollen I’m going to aim at 1 motif a week to make this feasable in my stitching programme, and as I foolishly decided on 40 ct Antique Edinburgh Linen, my eyes probably mray take much more!! I’m enjoying the challenge so far. Not as much progress as I would have liked but I have now removed and re stitched the medallion done in ‘Blue Lagoon’ which I think is a big improvement.
I shall plan on starting and contributing as soon as the information is released. Posted by Hazel at Thursday, 25 March Mary Wigham. I am halfway through part 4 but have run out of steam somewhat. Donating through Paypal would be wonderful, if such a thing is possible. Posted by Meg at Posted by Lindsay at This SAL will be my partner in my next summer holidays to Frances, so I hope I can send some pic of aigham progress or where I stitch at home when I come back.
Mary Wigham – USA version of the SAL!
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Monday, 4 October Progress on Mary – October Here is the latest progress pic. Thanks for letting us know! Could we challenge ourselves to completing several motifs a month to try and get this thing finished in a year??? She didn’t see any of the cows or the sheep, and none of the Cumberland wrestlers.
N e e d l e p r i n t: Yumi-san’s Mary Wigham
It took about an hour to set it up and over an hour to stitch each of the sides. Now I’m really mafy with my orts but I have just started my second skein!
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