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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Framing Projects

How wonderful is this?  My brother made this very special frame specifically for this project.  It turned out great and now hangs in the spare bedroom.  Apparently this frame took a lot of work and forethought to come up with this.  I am very happy and proud of this particular frame.

Blue Ribbon Designs, Sweet Somethings?   I don't remember the name of this one.  I do like the frame on this and now I have to decide where to hang this one.

Another Stoney Creek Village scene.  This one is for Autumn.  I will hang this one with the previous one I completed.  So now I have spring and fall.....  summer next?  Who knows...

9 comments:

Annie said...

I love the frame your brother made. It's perfect for that project! He did a great job.

Jentwyn said...

Beautiful! all of them. I really love the villages you are doing and it's totally your fault that I ordered all of them the last time you posted about the village. Thanks alot Taffy! No really, Thank you.. your work is beautiful and I wanted the village too. I"m sure you don't want to stitch it for someone you don't know so I guess I gotta do it myself. :) Thank you for sharing your project. They are gorgeous.

Rai Rai's Stitches said...

Wow, beautiful! I don't have the courage to frame my own projects, but then again, I tend to work on huge designs.

I would love to learn to frame my own work, though. Maybe this is the year that I learn!

Barb said...

What beautiful finishes....thanks for sharing.

Karen said...

Love them all. The triangle frame is just perfect too... how clever!

Liz said...

That triangle frame is just perfect, I love it. :)

viv said...

What beautiful work and what beautiful frames. You and your brother are a great team.

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

All your framed projects look perfect. Nice to have a brother to make you something special.

Ann said...

I love this series (have 2 out of 4 charts) ... the only thing I hate is all that backstitching! ;-)
Enjoy your nicely framed work!
Kind greetings,
Ann

P.S.: That triangle frame adds an extra schwung to that design (which I love b.t.w.)!