Friday, November 30, 2012

Framing

I've been excited about going up to Summerfield all week. We finally made it up there this afternoon.  My pieces turned out so pretty!  Ginger does such a great job.

From Blackbird Designs, Loose Feathers Summer 2011

Carolina House, Happy Christmas

8 comments:

  1. Ooooh! So pretty! Love the frames!

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  2. Just love your stitching and their frames. They are going to look so nice displayed in your home.

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  3. Lovely framing on such pretty pieces! Great choice for the mouldings.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words. Welcome to my blog. You'll find pictures of stitching and my little girl mostly. :)

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  4. The finished pieces look beautiful in those frames! Nice Job.

    I am new to your blog. You have some nice looking stitching.

    I will add you to my blog list so I can keep up.

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    1. Thanks for finding my blog! It's usually about stitching or pics of my 1 yr old. :)

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  5. Your framing came out beautifully!
    I always find that to be much more difficult than the stitching!
    If you have someone who 'gets' stitching, it is half the battle!

    I do most of the framing myself, not because I am particularly good at it, but just because I got tired of telling framers,"No. You cannot frame my 1800''s reproduction sampler in a plastic frame".

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  6. Kim, they both look amazing! Your house must be looking so wonderful with all of your stitching decorating it!!

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