Friday, January 4, 2008

The Ark That Noah Built is framed

Thank you EVERYONE for the lovely comments you left about my coming back to the blogging world. They mean so much to me, and it makes me so glad I decided to come back.

Here is a picture of The Ark That Noah Built framed. I dropped this off at my framer's back in August, and only picked it up earlier this month. Didn't my framer do a beautiful job?



The Ark That Noah Built
Carriage House Samplings
36 ct Lakeside Linen Vintage Light Examplar
Soie d'Alger Silks
Started ~ 6-14-07
Finished ~ 7-27-07
I don't have much to post since I haven't been stitching. Although I did finish Village of Hawk Run Hollow on Christmas day. So my next post will be of that. And I guess I'd better get my needle going.
"Guard well your spare moments. They are like uncut diamonds. Discard them and their value will never be known. Improve them and they will become the brightest gems in a useful life."

26 comments:

Wendy said...

Oooh, what a lovely Noah's Ark! I haven't seen that CHS design before. Your framer did a great job on it too. I've been searching out Noah's Ark patterns since my niece is expecting a little one soon.

Vonna said...

It turned out BEAUTIFUL and I love it framed...your framers did a SUPER job :)
I must say...I'm waiting anxiously to see what your Village looks like...I'm SO jealous!

Sally said...

I love your framed Noah's Ark! It's just gorgeous.

'Berta said...

Noah's Ark and the frame are a perfect compliment. Beautiful!

Mindi said...

I'm so glad to see you back in the blogging world and stitching again. You were one of the very first people to leave comments when I started blogging, it gave me the motivation to keep it up.

I'm really looking forward to seeing how your VoHRH turned out, and the Noah's Ark piece is gorgeous!

Bliss said...

Gorgeous!

Karen said...

your framed Noah's Ark looks wonderful

Pumpkin said...

Wonderful! It looks absolutely wonderful! I bet you are so happy to have it hanging on your wall :o) I can't wait to see VHRH...

Ranae said...

Noah's Ark is beautiful as is the framing.

Emily said...

Beautiful framing!
Thanks for dropping by my blog. Nice to see you about again!

Leslie aka zoeandcooper said...

It looks fabulous! Your framer really did a lovely job:)

Marita said...

Noahs Ark looks fantastic. That is a great framing job.

Cindy said...

Very nice framing finish!!

Carla said...

The framer did a wonderful job! Noah's Ark looks gorgeous!

Wawanna said...

LOVE your blog, your stitching is out of sight, just the greatest. Please show us your village, it must be awesome. You are a skilled craftswoman. Thanks for sharing your beautiful work. Enjoy reading your blog and checking in from time to time. You keep us inspired. Best Wishes

Cheryl said...

The frame is perfect! Cant wait to see your finished VOHRH

Karoline said...

Lovely framing on Noah's Ark

Julie said...

Noahs Ark is superb
Welcome back to the world of blogging
{{hugs}}

Kathy A. said...

Noah's Ark turned out beautifully and what a lovely frame job. and village is done - good for you.So happy to have you back. You are one of the first bloggers that I encountered and you kept me interested and involved all the time. I am so happy to see you about!!!!

Suzanne said...

This is a beautiful design and I agree, your framer did do a great job on it.

Mel said...

It looks really great framed!

Beatrice said...

That is just to cute... the framing tis perfect!!!
Village?????Can't wait to see it.
It's wonderful to have you back on line!

Lisa said...

It's wonderful see you back blogging and stitching again. Congrats on your lovely finish.

Sharon said...

It looks fabulous framed! Congrats. Looking forward to seeing your village!

Rachel S said...

Gorgeous finishes!

andrea said...

OMG, I'm dyin' here, lol! All of your wonderful finishes!! (I'm reading backwards so my comments aren't in order, time wise). Anyway...I have this design in my dash, seeing your GORGEOUS finish makes me want to haul it out right this second and get busy!
Beautiful stitching and the frame is PERFECT for it.
Wow, you're just inspiring me all over the place!