Friday, 18 May 2007

Titania

Oh, I can't believe I nearly forgot this! I finished Titania - a Mirabilia fairy - back in February, only 3 months after it needed to be finished in order to get it to my lovely sister for Christmas (good things come to those who wait?). So when we were in Canada, I brought the rolled up, unframed stitching with me and brought to a local framers (Broadmead Gallery - I don't think they have a website) in Saanich. Here are the results, which I am really pleased with (as is my sister!). I'm so proud of this, my first 'big' stitching project, and certainly the first that I have had framed so professionally. (Having been a bit shocked at the cost of framing, however, I'm not sure I'll be professionaly framing anything but very special projects going forward!)



4 comments:

Susimac said...

Oh WOW how wonderful is that!!!! The cost of framing is always so expensive but this was definitley worth the money.

Itching To Stitch said...

Oh, she is just gorgeous!!!! I will definitely need to stitch her someday ;)

patrizia said...

good, it compliments a wonderful job

pattylallo

Carol said...

Glad you remembered to share her - she is stunning, very nice framing job too!