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Outlandish Swap V: The Fiery Cross

Scottish clans were originally a Highland way of life. The Highland clan was, above all things, a family; a family in which everybody believed they were all, from chief to blacksmith, descended from one founder or progenitor. They regarded themselves as very close kinsmen. This Swap is dedicated to such clan families and will be organized into four clans.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Mackenzie Challenge Results

A total of 21 of our lasses sent in their guesses. Of that there were 12 who got a perfect score. They were: Eilis (vicjorob) and Suisan (knittingalone), Morven (BessE) and Muirne (bwarnergroup) of Clan Beauchamp; Monique (Moniquews), Nannag (LCBraun), Fiona (Cinnamonamon) and Lileas (Knitswithisis) of Clan Fraser; Mordag (abitknottie), Marsali (mommaowie), Joan (Vivian5), and Latherna (Cabrita) of Clan Murray. The Mackenzies did not participate in the challenge because they were the authors.

My lassie drew Suisan Beauchamp out of the hand-knit felted cloche


Round 2 Clan Standings:

Beauchamp: 75

Fraser: 56

Mackenzie: 0

Murray: 82

Additional awards: (for bragging rights)

Early bird: Mordag Murray submitted her answers at 10:21 Saturday, March 28

Sneaker: Morrigan Murray edged out Edme Murray for the first time in three weeks. Morrigan's answers arrived at 11:57 p.m. on April 7, a full three minutes after Edme Murray's arrived in the highlandergames inbox.

Most Dedicated: Nemetoma Beauchamp couldn't figure out where Hughey the Sheep came from and she said it "stumped me, I have never seen the name Hughey before and I couldn't get it so in the end I looked through 500 projects till he jumped out at me . . . Phew."

I hope you were inspired by some of the projects you saw during your adventures through Ravelry land.

Statistics:

21 of 47 clan members participated in the first round of the Highland Games, that's 44 percent. This round, Clan Fraser sat out, since they sponsored the round.

Clan Murray scored an additional point for having the highest participation in this round of the games, with 9 clan members participating.

Clan Beauchamp had 47 percent or 7 of 15 members participate, earning 75 points.

Clan Fraser had 31 percent or 5 of 16 members participate, earning 56 points.

Clan Murray had 56 percent or 9 of 16 members participate, earning 82 points.

Up-to-date Standings
Beauchamp: 372
Fraser: 247
Mackenzie: 346
Murray: 402


~Kellan

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