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• The Fiery Cross Sign-up runs through March 1, 2011 [CLOSED]
• The Fiery Cross Clan Assignments & partners posted March 15, 2011
• Sporrans mailed by May 15, 2011

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, October 13, 2009

Schedule of Events

The Highland Games have been a bit slow to start and I blame the shiny black book most of us have recently acquired. The chieftesses have gathered the information regarding the Highland Games and which section each clan will be responsible for.


Chieftesses #1 Oct 6-11
Part 1: Battles, and the Loves of Men, chapters 1-3 (36 pp)
Part 2: Lallybroch, chapters 4-6 (34 pp)

Chieftesses #2 Oct 14-19
Part 3: When I am Thy Captive, chapters 7-13 (81 pp)

Frasers Oct 22-27
Part 4: The Lake District, chapters 14-17 (45 pp)
Part 5: You Can’t Go Home Again, chapters 18-23 (38 pp)

Mackenzies Oct 30-Nov 4
Part 6: Edinburgh, chapters 24-31 (143 pp)

Murrays Nov 6-11
Part 7: Home Again, chapters 32-39 (102 pp)

Beauchamps Nov 13-18
Part 8: On the Water, chapters 40-52 (178 pp)

Chieftesses #3 Nov 20-25
Part 9: World’s Unknown, chapters 53-63 (192 pp)

Each clan is responsible for writing the challenge and sending it to Kellan/knitmo for her to post on the blog. After the challenge is complete, the clan score the results, send answers and the results to Kellan/knitmo for the winner's name to be drawn and posted on the blog.

Best of luck Lassies, and enjoy plotting your round of the games.
~Kellan

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