by Jeannette Luther

Yay - the long awaited day finally arrived and the frame and linen panel were set up in Darlene's living room.  Darlene Clifford (president of our guild) & Andrea Laturnas (treasurer), were among the first to put in some stitches here in Regina.

Darlene & Andrea
A lot of beautiful stitching has been done on it and it was wonderful to see.

West Panel

Phyllis Perkins & Eleanor Podl spent an afternoon stitching away.

Phyllis & Eleanor

A Great Horned Owl is patiently waiting for more stitches.

Horned Owl Detail
Jeannette Luther (newsletter) & Marilyn Bird (secretary) came by one afternoon as well.

Jeannette & Marilyn

The osprey has been finished off very nicely … but one of the Canadian geese has yet to be started.

Completed Osprey


One more goose!

Carol Storie (past president) and her good friend Ellen Basler came to stitch together on the project too.
Carol & Ellen

Mountains, a totem pole, killer shale, salmon, wheat ....  all wonderfully embroidered scenes of Canada.

Coastal Close Up with Orca and Totem Ploe

The project and frame were taken down this week and it is now on its way to Edmonton.  When finished this is going to be quite the work of art that we can all be proud of.


Close Up with Fishing Boat & Blue Jay

7 comments:

  1. It is wonderful to see familiar faces stitching away on Project 150. I think we are creating wonderful memories for ourselves as well as something beautiful for our country!

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  2. It is wonderful to see familiar faces stitching away on Project 150. I think we are creating wonderful memories for ourselves as well as something beautiful for our country!

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  3. Thank you to Jeannette and the Regina Stitchery Guild for providing this update! It's great to see the progress. I can't wait to be able to stitch on both panels at Seminar.

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    1. You're very welcome Kathryn. I won't be at Seminar this year unfortunately. Enjoy stitching on this wonderful Project :)

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  4. Well done, Regina! I am so proud of the progress of Project 150! (Team Leader)

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  5. This is wonderful to see an update of how the Project 150 is coming along
    Thx for sharing

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