So after a couple attempts, I finally got this back framed correctly. It gave the framer a lot of trouble because of the little gold filet inside the larger frame. They measured wrong originally, so the filet was actually covering a bit of the picture. Not ok! So I took it back and had to wait another week for the correct size to be ordered and assembled. So now it's home and hung up. :)
Friday, May 23, 2014
Friday, May 16, 2014
My favorite framer at Michaels whipped her up in an off-the-shelf frame. It's so cheap that way! I love the antiquey color of the frame and the vines.
But meanwhile I had to bring back my Fruit to be reframed because they measured wrong and the frame cut off the edges.
Saturday, May 10, 2014
This is Arezzo designed by Nora Corbett.
I stitched her on 28 count lugana that I dyed myself. She's so pretty and delicate, I just love looking at her:)
So this ended up being just like last year. No finishes until halfway through the year, but then several in a row. I find it's important to have finishes from time to time. It helps me keep my motivation up, especially for the long projects. So now I have Fruit and Arezzo, it's very gratifying. I don't think there will be anymore for a while though, nothing else is that close to completion. The closest would probably be Mira's The Kiss and Este Titania, which are both about halfway. I do also have Chatelaine Hummingbird done except for some beading. Hmmm.
So the problem is when I have a finish or two my mind starts turning to new starts....