Re: [WKneedle] REVISED MESSAGE ON 2006 PROJ.
- Yes, Evaine you are right. For the instructions on the needlecases, you
will need to go to "http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WKneedle/". Sign in.
Then click on "Files" and this will take you to the collection of files.
Click on Pennsic 2006 Needlecases.pdf.
Thanks for correcting this.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Evaine ni MacGreger" <evaine@...>
To: "Debra Cobb" <dcobb@...>
Sent: Dec 19, 2005 5:55 AM
Subject: Re: [WKneedle] REVISED MESSAGE ON 2006 PROJ.
> So...this sentence has appeared before:
> "you can go to our Website: http://www.bayrose.org/wkneedle/ and look in
> the (Files section, Pennsic2006Needlecases.pdf). "
> Yet, there is no "files" section on the bayrose site. I'm thinking that
> you mean on the yahoo groups site which is
> "http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WKneedle/". There are a couple of places
> on the bayrose site where it says "you can click (here) or go to..." and
> the here links to a .pdf doc that is basically a repeat of what you've
> written below, but I can't find anywhere where there are actual directions
> on how to make the needlecase.
> Just curious!
> Evaine ni MacGreger
> Bella Luna Caravan
> Principality of the Mists
> Kingdom of the West
> Debra Cobb wrote:
>> Sorry about my first message not being complete. Let's try this one more
>> Greetings unto all the embroiderers working on the 2006 Royal Rose
>> Needle Case Project,
>> Just a few reminders regarding this project as we head into the new
>> First, if you forget which colors apply to the kindom rose you selected,
>> you can view each kingdom's royal rose on
>> under the Kingdom arms/badges section.
>> For a rose design to download, you can go to
>> Look under the "Files" section for WKNRosePouch.pdf
>> For information about the needlecases and how to construct them, you can
>> go to our Website: http://www.bayrose.org/wkneedle/ and look in the
>> (Files section, Pennsic2006Needlecases.pdf). I forgot to include in the
>> needlecase instructions that each embroiderer needs to add "pages" or
>> "leaves" to the needlecase so that there's a place to insert the needles.
>> 3 rectangles sewn down the middle of the "open" needlecase gives you 6
>> pages. Wool fabric works very well for
>> the pages. This is hard to explain, but I'm hoping you can visualize
>> what I'm saying.
>> 3rd, if you would like to see an example of a needlecase, I will have one
>> available at 12th Night for you to look at.
>> 4th, and most importantly, the deadline for this project is June 1st,
>> 2006.After 12th Night, I will be checking back with all of you every
>> couple of months to make sure we're all on track for the presentation at
>> June Crown.I
>> f you have any questions, please contact me at dcobb@...
>> orcall me at (831) 385-3040 (hm.).
>> Enjoy the holidays and I look forward to seeing you at 12th Night!
>> Isela2006 Needlecase Project Coordinator