I'm still finding lots of WISPs to work on. Today I unearthed some things that I think will look good in frames. Over the years I have collected lots of little frames to use for cross-stitch and stitcheries.
This little stitchery is from Nikki Tervi Designs and is simply called Piece Makers.
The pattern came with two little ceramic heart buttons in blue which are yet to be added.
Then we have Patchwork House Stitchery by Fiona O'Donnell of Needle Art.
Also by Fiona O'Donnell is Patchwork Hearts Stitchery.
These little cross-stitch pieces were part of a Debbie Mumm kit called Array of Angels. They were supposed to be stitched to a fabric heart wall-hanging. My tastes have changed and the hanging doesn't really appeal to me anymore, but I still think the cross-stitches are sweet.
The last two cross-stitch pieces were designed by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum of Told in a Garden. They are in a booklet of Amish designs called The Bookmark Collection. The design with the three ladies stitching at the quilting frame is called Settlers' Quilt.
I actually managed to finish framing all these pieces tonight but it was too dark to take decent photos. A job for tomorrow - I quite enjoy snapping away with the camera. Last day of January and the WISP challenge tomorrow so until then happy stitching.
Don't know why but having trouble with spacing between text and photos on this post. Very annoying.