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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

They've Been Framed!




This is a big deal as I sometimes never get around to framing important things - more important than this!

I think they will look even prettier when I get the walls painted a soft green.

I am pleased with my Rhubarb Pie/Crisp doilies and cross. Tatting them was very pleasant and now looking at them will please me for many years.

11 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

They look lovely! The soft green walls will compliment them nicely!

Karl and/or Madeline said...

Oh how pretty. Great job of framing. They will look pretty against a pale green wall. Madeline

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

Well done! The pale green walls sound very nice and will compliment these works of art perfectly.

***Jon**** said...

They are lovely. I've never thought about framing my doilies or other tatting for that matter. But then, mine is not as colourful as yours and would not make a good picture.

Note to self - start experimenting with colours!

Marty said...

How delightful! The frames you've chosen certainly allow the tatting to shine rather than being overpowered by a frame. Please do post a picture when you get the walls painted, too!

Jane Eborall said...

Very, very pretty. What a super collection to show off.
JaneEb

Clyde said...

What a beautiful series of tatting. I can't wait to see them hanging on the soft green wall I think it will be the perfect colour match.

TattingChic said...

Your tatted framed art looks pretty. Oh, I see now, a pale green wall, yes, I think that will look nice, too! I hope we get to see them again once the walls are painted. Are you going to use the colors in the tatting as a point of reference for the choosing the paint colors?

Dantatter said...

Those frames are such lovely work, with or without those pale green walls.

Tattycat said...

Thanks Diane. Know a painter?
Thank you Madeline. Know a painter?
Thanks Lady Shuttle Maker. Same question!
Thank you Jon. Yes, you need to be framing your work, color or not.
Thank you Marty. The frames were VERY cheap, but I thought they would do the trick. I will post a picture when I FIND A PAINTER!
Thank you Jane. You know I love to show off!
I owe you thanks Clyde. Your design really pulled them together.
I'm glad you like them TattingChic. Yes, I will use the colors in the doilies to decide on the paint for the walls. I also want it to compliment my bedding.
Thank you Dantatter. I'm glad you like them like they are in case I can't FIND A PAINTER!
Did I mention that I need a painter? LOL

zarina said...

This is exactly what I had in mind when I am able to do a doily. But first thing, I will do one (not so big) for a friend who will help me to edit my master's project.