Friday, July 1, 2016

Happy July!

 Happy July 1st!

I had stitched up this Prairie Schooler July a couple years ago and had it in a frame with the brownish gold gingham backing..Since I got the pedestal frame that I have been using for the PS samplers since March I knew I had to make this one fit in there too!
 So I carefully pulled it apart ..I was going to use the same gingham but I placed the July piece on a scrap of red ticking and it was so much better!
 So it is on a piece of red ticking.. sheet metal on the back to hold it to the magnets I glued to the frame.. Love it! It is in the foyer with the July cottage from Country Cottage Needleworks..
Hope you have a wonderful 4th of July weekend !

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Carol said...

I love the PS July piece on the red ticking, Priscilla--it really makes the whole design "pop!"

Hope you and your family have a wonderful long weekend together :)

Still Woods Farmhouse said...

I love Prairie Schooler patterns! I did the autumn one several years ago. I will have to order the one you have featured here. Stop by Still Woods Farmhouse for a visit whenever you get a chance. Happy 4th of July!
Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse

Barb said...

That PS July is one of my favorites!! Looks great the way you have it displayed.

Kathleen George said...

I too, love all the PS stitchery you've made. Your home looks so warm and welcoming. Kathleen in Az

susan bajdek said...

Can you please tell me how you attach the sheet metal to your piece of cross stitch that you attach to the pedestal frame. Also do you place the first magnets to the frame itself. I would love to start framing my own projects. I love all your decorating designs.
Thank you,
Susan Bajdek

Jenny said...

Hi from New Zealand, down in the South Pacific.
I love to see your stitching and decorating ideas - you are an inspiration.

SuperMomNoCape said...

Both pieces are simply lovely! And what a pretty 4th of July display you created.

Thanks again for linking up to last week's Stitchery Link Party!