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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby blackmageheart » Mon Mar 30, 2015 8:42 am

Eliste wrote:I'd love to participate, but APRIL & may will be hectic. I really wanted to do it last time too, but this time of the year is always tricky with the end of the academic term.

So unlucky! I hope you can find time to join in, even if it's just to submit a design!

SunkistShiek wrote:Yes! I would love to do it! What kind of input are you looking for? The different sprites we'd be stitching?

Well, do you want to do a band sampler like we did before? If so, then we will need lots of bands to choose from and everyone is welcome to design some. They are quick and easy to stitch and the samplers all turned out very nicely before. :)
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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby RMDC » Mon Mar 30, 2015 9:09 am

I'm with Eliste - I might join in, but I'll be slowed down by the April-May school crunch. :(

Still, if we're doing one, I'm all in - especially since my SAL from before got lost in our last move. :cry:
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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby blackmageheart » Mon Mar 30, 2015 9:12 am

RMDC wrote:I'm with Eliste - I might join in, but I'll be slowed down by the April-May school crunch. :(

It'll be like last time, doesn't matter if people aren't all done at the same time. It's just for fun!

RMDC wrote:my SAL from before got lost in our last move.

Oh no! ; ;
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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby QueenBex » Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:01 pm

I don't know...

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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby Kareesh » Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:05 pm

QueenBex wrote:I don't know...

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- Finish Grandmother's sign

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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby blackmageheart » Mon Mar 30, 2015 2:13 pm

QueenBex wrote:I don't know...

:blinky

You should join in if you can! It's such a nice break from stitching large projects - and the best thing is that each small part adds up to make something really cool! :D
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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby LinkIsMyHomeboy » Mon Mar 30, 2015 4:01 pm

blackmageheart wrote:Well, do you want to do a band sampler like we did before? If so, then we will need lots of bands to choose from and everyone is welcome to design some. They are quick and easy to stitch and the samplers all turned out very nicely before. :)


I think it'd be cool if we could do it differently this time. Maybe blocks instead of bands?

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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby Kareesh » Mon Mar 30, 2015 9:01 pm

LinkIsMyHomeboy wrote:
blackmageheart wrote:Well, do you want to do a band sampler like we did before? If so, then we will need lots of bands to choose from and everyone is welcome to design some. They are quick and easy to stitch and the samplers all turned out very nicely before. :)


I think it'd be cool if we could do it differently this time. Maybe blocks instead of bands?


Sort of like quilt squares. I love that idea. :D
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- Finish Grandmother's sign

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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby RMDC » Tue Mar 31, 2015 5:59 am

Consider it thirded. :nod
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Re: Challenge Themes and Stuff

Postby QueenBex » Tue Mar 31, 2015 9:07 am

Small squares I hope
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