Monday, September 8, 2014

Quilty Stitches Finish

 I am happy to say that
I am all finished up with
my Quilty Stitches that
was going on at LMS.




It was only supposed to be 16 blocks
but I added the other four to
make it rectangular to fit in the
frame.
 I hadn't cross-stitched in a few
years and I loved the simplicity
and well...
the Quiltiness of it.  I just
couldn't help but to join in.
 
It has happily
found a wall to hang on 
in my sewing room.
 
 

 
I had contemplated adding a little
fabric border around the edge,
but I am just not sure if
I will or not. 
Any Suggestions?
 
 

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14 comments:

  1. Love it! I'm no where near finished and I'm not sure how I'll finish mine either. I love the way you framed it for your sewing area. It will stay nice an clean and can be admired. Nice job!

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  2. Wow how cute is that? I love it!

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  3. I love it as it is. What a nice addition it will make to the sewing room.

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  4. I say leave it like it is. Love the frame you chose!

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  5. Your quilty stitches looks wonderful. Mine is finished too but the frame I had just doesn't suit. That was a good idea to add an extra row. Rectangle frames are so much easier to get.

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  6. Awesome! A finished project! And it is wonderful. No fabric is needed as far as I'm concerned. Mine only has 1 row so far! :(

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  7. Very nice, Amy. It looks perfect just the way it is.

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  8. It looks perfect just like it is ! AH, I wrote that, then read Carla's comment. No, I'm not kidding you ! I have an old gold frame that would look awesome painted white. I assume you painted yours...you've painted everything in your line of vision this summer haven't you ?

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  9. Hmm. A border night give it the look of a quilt with an inner border and the frame as the outer border. It sure is a beautiful keepsake.

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  10. Love this as is! But a border might be cute if it doesn't steal the spotlight.

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  11. Congratulations! I'm still working on mine, and that is fine. I love having a project to go to when I need something to do with my hands. I love the colors you used.

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  12. LIKE! I've been a cross stitcher for years and really wanted to join in on this but I'm just too swamped.

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