Hi there sweet friends, nice of you to stop by!

Prim and folkart needlework designs of drab reds, browns, golds and greens are what I fancy.

Let's share stitchin, sewin, nestin, cookin, collectin, prims, critters and a lovin' mishmash of sweet life...

Sunday, May 2, 2010

~ WHO NEEDS A FRAME ... ~

... when you can use this very old wooden tri-fold drying rack from yesterday's estate auction. 
This captures memories of departed friends who were collectors.
I'm not sure if Gene and Betty displayed it in their home,
but would like to think they'd approve...
This bare wall and dark stairway landing sorely needed something
and this prim architectural element fits the tall space quite nicely.
So I pinned up some old ditties from my finish pile,
am thinkin a lovely place to hang some ornies too!  
Brought home several brass buckets to add to our collection,
will find something to do with them...

My heartfelt thanks to each of you for your kind comments on my Sparrow's Song finish.  Kinship and encouragement keeps us stitchers advancing our skills don't ya know! 

Hope you're all having a great weekend, thanks ever so much for stopping by!

Tootles, Sue

11 comments:

  1. I love that panel! You could do so many things with it......

    great finds.

    Jennifer
    Feathers in the Nest

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  2. Hi Sue,

    What a great idea to use that for display! Perfect.

    Just catching up on your posts - love the framed Sparrow's Song and thanks for the tip re HDF silks - I will pop over there today!

    Happy Stitching!

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  3. Oh Sue, that shabby rack looks so pretty and I love your idea to display your stitchings! Perfect corner for it also!

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  4. Very clever use of the rack, Sue! It looks awesome!

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  5. What a neat idea, Sue, and so nice to have your stitchings on display rather than in a dark cupboard or box!

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  6. That's such a cool idea! I could see some quilts hanging from that rack too.

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  7. Oh, I love what you did with that drying rack! What a wonderful idea! Cool decorating, girl! Love the brass buckets too.

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  8. What a great panel :) It looks good, but aren't you afraid of the finished pieces gonna be dirty?

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  9. What a wonderful idea with the panel for displaying stitched pieces and ornaments.

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  10. Oh my goodness, what a wonderful way to display your stitching!!! It was made for that corner!
    You're just so clever, Sue!

    :o)

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  11. Very clever, Sue! I love it. Nice treasures!

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