Thursday, January 12, 2012

Meet Jessie Bell and our latest frame

Jessie Bell ~ Arizona Territory
photo courtesy of Little House Needleworks
Hi everyone! We would like to start out the new year with a brand new frame design, created especially for Little House Needleworks and their new sampler, Jessie Bell ~ Arizona Territory.  As Diane mentioned in today's post, Jessie Bell ~ Arizona Territory was created to commemorate Arizona's Centennial this February.  As an Arizona company (with one of us being an Arizona native), we were both honored and delighted to have been asked to provide the frame for this special sampler.

Jessie Bell ~ Arizona TerritoryDetail
photo courtesy of Little House Needleworks
Jessie's frame is called Prescott, after Arizona's first territorial capital. It is distressed to resemble old wood, much like you would find in the Wild West. The colorway is Dark Ale with an inner bead in Bisbee, which is a blackened copper. (Bisbee is an old Arizona mining town famous for her Copper Queen Mine.) So all the way around, this is an Arizona sampler!

Thank you, Diane! Once again, you have presented us with another wonderful design!

Please contact your favorite needlework shop for Little House Needleworks charts and Valley House Primitives frames.

1 comment:

Vonna Pfeiffer said...

Diane rocks and so does Vally House Primitives :)
This frame is perfectly perfect!