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Fiber Talk Sampler Sunday

Lydia Barnes Pidgeon 1827 by Scattered Seed Samplers

It’s Sampler Sunday with Vonna and Gary. We’ve been planning for some time to do a Wednesday show in which we talk about what we like about the samplers we own. We never seem to get to it, so we decided to record a special show, thus our first Sampler Sunday. Even better is that the show is sponsored by Sassy Jacks Stitchery. Even better than that, Sassy Jacks Stitchery is offering a 15% discount on full kits (chart, threads, ground cloth) for each of the samplers we talk about in the show. Full details about this offer are provided in the show introduction. We hope you enjoy Sampler Sunday.–Gary and Vonna

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Slideshow of samplers in the order we talked about them.

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4 thoughts on “Fiber Talk Sampler Sunday

  1. I enjoyed the show and would love to hear another Sunday sampler.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for listening.

  2. Loved your show! I would love another one. Look forward to getting my Queen Sampler. I think I was on the list for getting the whole shabang. Also look forward to the needleminder. I am busy dyeing black linen-found some 53 count which may have to be good enough for Angus Dei.
    BTW, I commented on your YouTube that I disagreed with you about stitching samplers exactly as charted. I hope I did not offend you. Just stating my opinion which is not worth 2 cents.
    Love listening to you. Buy any books? Do charts count?

    1. Glad you enjoyed the show and thanks for listening. Anxious to get going on the Queen’s Sampler. Needleminders are coming soon. Be sure to show that black linen. No offense here about samplers. Everyone should do their projects the way they want. No books and no, charts don’t count. Nice try, though.

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