This would be perfect hung horizontaly over the guest bed, but the dark frame and gold was not. So I got out the screwdriver and removed the staples holding the print board in the frame.
Ta da, that was easy.
You have seen me do this before. I little KILZ, a little white paint. So much brighter now.
Dragged out a row quilt I have been neglecting for far too long. I was never inspired to finish the project, but the rows are sentimental and I want to use them. A couple would be perfect in the frame. But which ones?
Opted for the ladybugs and the tulips. First a bit of unsewing needed to be done to separate the ladybugs from the frogs on the pond, and the tulips from the fence.
I layered just like a quilt with a simple muslin back taped to the floor to remove wrinkles, a piece of batting, and my two rows.
All pin basted to hold the layers together, now I can quilt (after one more coat of paint on the frame).
To see the finished project go to Patience is a Virtue I have not Conquered