Margaret Randolph

Margaret Randolph
Margaret Randolph stitched by Jenny

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Monday, 18 March 2013

I Couldn't Resist

I framed Margret Gatis today and even though I showed you the piece when I finished it, I just couldn't resist posting the framed version. I'm taking a short break to stitch a cute little spring piece, but I'll be around to comment on all your amazing WIPs. Keep 'em coming.

14 comments:

Jonette said...

Beautiful!!!!

Jenny said...

Your sampler is stunning Tommye. Beautiful, simply beautiful!

Lanie said...

Absolutely beautiful, Tommye! You should be so pleased and proud of your work.

Nicola said...

I am so pleased you have posted a photo of her framed. SUPERB Tommye, you must be so pleased how she turned out.

Vera said...

So beautiful Tommye! Well done! I need to learn how to frame my own pieces....have you picked out your next SL sampler?

MoonBeam said...

Wow, she's all finished and framed already! Great work. I really like this band sampler.

Bobbi

PoundingSand said...

She is sooo pretty! I hope it will hang someplace where you'll see it often and be happy with your achievement.

Kate

Dawn said...

What a gorgeous piece!

Ellen said...

What an absolutely beautiful sampler! Know you must be tickled pink with your wonderful accomplishment!

Do you know yet where you'll be hanging this beauty?

Dawn said...

A stunning finish! I love seeing the frames.
Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece.

Kathy said...

So pretty and you did a great job on the framing!!!

Tommye said...

Thanks, everyone. I'll probably find a spot in my living room or dining room where most of my other 17th/18th century pieces reside.

I think my next SL piece will be Jean Scrimgeowr, a beautiful 18th century Scottish sampler.

Dona said...

It's just beautiful, Tommye! I know you'll enjoying seeing on your wall everday!

Fiona said...

Margaret looks amazing all framed up.