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Thursday, June 21, 2012

I last told you about "Flower Patch" here when I finished it. Many of the ladies in the Sampler Guild sent there finished piece to Jill Rensel in Ogden, UT because she does great work and had the perfect frame for the piece. So I decided to give it a try to, having never mailed out stitching before. It all worked out great, price was good and Jill was great to work with. I had called her on the phone first to make sure she still had the frame and then we corresponded by email. She even sent me an email when it was all done that included a photo of the finished piece. I was not sure where it would end up in the house so I had her use conservation glass which would help with any ultraviolet ray issues. Turns out it is in the hall way to the upper levels, with some, but not much, sun exposure.

I think you will agree that the frame is perfect for the piece....look closely at the design on the frame and the aqua blue stitching around the flower patch! Picture is at a bit of an angle to avoid glare, but you should be able to see it quite well.

Happy day everyone!!


Pamela said...

I agree the frame is perfect! Beautiful piece!

Rhona said...

Lovely piece and the frame is perfect!

Lynn said...

This frame is an awesome match to the design! Looks fabulous!!