[HNW] I'm Back
Fiona the Needleworker
danab-steppes at tx.rr.com
Wed Apr 1 04:04:14 PDT 2009
I may be able to find you the pattern you seek. I am on a couple of
other lists, outside of the SCA and I believe one of them would likely
have this pattern. Let me see what I can find out today.
On Apr 1, 2009, at 4:10 AM, Penny Ladnier wrote:
> Well, I never really left! But a year ago, I went on vacation and
> put my setting to vacation mode. My computer died and I lose my way
> to change my settings. Thanks to our lovely list-moderator, I got
> back in! Thank you!
> I have a plea for help! My daughter is being confirmed April 23.
> The only gift she wants is a picture of The Lord's Supper for her
> room. Back in 1986, I started a Lord's Supper in cross-stitch from
> Stoney Creek Collection, copyright 1986. Since my daughter was born
> in 1991, this will be historic needlework to her. She doesn't even
> know that I was working on the cross-stitch piece because I stopped
> before she was born. She has never seen it. I have the piece 85%
> complete. Working on black aida was giving me migraines and
> stopped. It was murdering my eye sight.
> I have searched my needlework books and all my stitching areas. I
> can not find the Stoney Creek book with the pattern. Now, all I
> have is page 14 with the patterns for each end of the table...the
> center pattern with Jesus is missing This is embarrassing...I have
> everything complete but the 60 X 15 stitches of the left side of the
> tablecloth that drapes off the table and the challis...so I need the
> Jesus section of the pattern. I also need to outline all the
> people. I am also missing the DMC color key and symbols.
> Today, I bought a new lighted magnifying glass to cut down on
> headaches while finishing on the piece. I am heartbroken that I
> lost this pattern. I have never lost my needlework patterns
> before. I have keep all my patterns since childhood.
> Does anyone have this pattern from Stoney Creek and willing to share
> it? This was not in their magazine, but a booklet with several
> patterns like in the craft stores.
> Penny Ladnier
> Owner, The Costume Gallery Websites
> 11 websites of fashion, textiles, & costume history
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