Thursday, August 3, 2017

Fresh from The Farm


Good morning friends!
Another wreath got made yesterday and look at how wonderful it is! This is my daughters stitching of Farm Fresh  from Country Cottage Needleworks.. stitched on 28 count tea/coffee dyed evenweave .
so.. my daughter had the fresh produce sign..I hot glued that to the wreath , Then I mounted the stitching on sticky needlework board , and mounted some homespun black and tan check to another piece of sticky board and glued them together. I attached it to the back of the sign with a strip of fabric , and then needed something more secure so I used the sticks you put into cake pops to hold both pieces together. Use what you have ...right ? :)
I used burlap wired ribbon, pieces of ripped homespun , some greenery, sunflowers and the green thistle branches to make the bow .. This is going to hang in her kitchen ..originally we were just going to hang the stitching from the sign but I think the wreath looks amazing and will be a really beautiful addition to her kitchen.. Thanks so much for your visit,,, we are off to the Wisconsin State Fair today ...hope the rain  holds off for us!
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6 comments:

Rita said...

I love reading your blog. Your creativity is amazing!

Paula Lima said...

So lovely!

Kathleen George said...

Your daughters home is very welcoming like yours with her stichery and your embellishments:). Have fun at the fair! Kathleen in Az

janicek said...

Oh I just love that! I am headed over to 123stitch on my lunch hour to order that pattern! You (and now your daughter) are truly inspirational!

Joyce said...

Priscilla, you inspire me so much with your beautiful stitching and finishing. Love how the wreath turned out..

Carol said...

Love what a great team you and your daughter are, Priscilla--you always come up with the cutest ways of finishing off your stitching! This wreath is adorable :)