I saw this idea on Siobhan's blog, who saw it on someone else's and I couldn't resist the idea. I'm planning on taking some of these in for framing today so it was my last chance.
Don't they look cool this way?
Let's see if I can remember what they all are. From left to right they are: The Historic Countries Mystery Sampler from TGOSM, Time and Season by Moira Blackburn, The Plantation Sampler by Canterbury Designs, This is the Day by Hands to Work, Dutch Beauty by Permin, Lois Minshall by Threads of Gold, Rachel Hyde by Threads through Time, Ann Rogers by the Essamplaire, Hannah Lancaster by the Porcupine Collection, and Charlotte Clayton by the NW Sampler Guild.
I have a plan for framing. Some I will take to my LNS, some I will send to Jill Rensel for that Jill touch, and some I will send to Valley House Primitives -- I love their hand grained frames!
I forgot to mention in my last post for those of you who are interested in stitching the Plantation Sampler. Tracy J has started a blog dedicated to the piece and to stitching and admiring it. If you're interested, click here. I joined a bit late. I got to show off my finish. :D
In other news, the father type had a nice relaxing Father's Day yesterday; Wimbledon has started; the boy child just finished his last final ("It was easy."); and the girl child can't wait to come home. She'll be home Saturday evening. Unbelievable!
Oh, and I did start stitching something, but I'm not showing it yet. I'll just say I needed something small to get a quick finish. Hopefully I'll show it soon.
Have a great week, everyone!