Ok, maybe I'm trying to squeeze too much into this post. Maybe I should be spreading things out a bit. Oh well, whatever. I'll just forget to post it if I don't do it now.
First off, Ann Smith. Oh, that over one takes forever! All of the Adam and Eve panel is tent over one. Ugh. But I do have to say, it makes for a nice change.
I think that blue in the tree is brighter than the model shown on the Scarlet Letter site. And A&E were supposed to be in this color that is all wrong with my fibers. So I switched to a more fleshy color for them. I think they're grateful. (Who wants to be dishwater green? lol!)
They're cute, right? Now to do all the grass (tons of grass!), other vegetation, birds, and two more trees. Oh boy!
I also picked up a couple more framed pieces from my framer at my LNS. Here is Susan Rambo.
Here is a closeup of her frame.
This is the one my framer is so proud of. Look at the frame!
And here is a closeup of that amazing frame (it's Ann Grant btw).
I had to use flash for these pics so the color is off, but you get the idea.
Now here is Sarah Rambo with Sarah Woodham (Shakespeare's Peddler).
They're hanging on a wall between two windows. To their left is this -- Ann Grant with the Freds (Frederick and Frederica from CHS).
This area is my red wall grouping. :D
Here is my animal wall.
At the top left is the Richmond Sampler (Anne Maria Clarke) by the Essamplaire, Jane Tindall to her right (Needlework Press), bottom left is Rebecca Robinson by the Scarlet Letter, and then Isabella Johnstone by the Needlework Press and in SANQ. See all the animals? :D
Now can someone give me more wall space? A huge, enormous wall? lol!
It's also time for the TUSAL for the end of October.
Behind are a couple of pieces of pottery made by a good friend of ours. Alongside my ORT jar is another of my pincushions, appropriate for Halloween. This cute bat fellow was made by Susan of Mouse Droppings.
The boy child is still busy with the school play that he's in. Less than 2 more weeks till the show! We've also slowly been visiting colleges for that big college application process. It's been fun seeing various colleges, I have to say. At least one I'd seen before with the girl child.
Thanks as always for stopping by and saying hi! I hope everyone has a safe, happy, healthy, and wonderful week. (Mia says hi.)