Now that this is in the hands of its owner, I can show it off here. It was a simple pattern I got measurements for on someone's blog, I forget where now, or I'd give the designer credit. Easy and fun to make, I used lots of scrap fabric I already had. I hand quilted it, which took a while. I wanted to do more quilting, but ran out of time. Finished the night before the baby shower - phew!
Lots of firsts around here, my son's first day of school ( high school jr. year - we've been taking front porch first day photos since preschool began), and our pup's first day of obedience class. I also started grad school this week, but, alas, no photo of MY first day.
Pup's favorite nap spot. (not a first, just cute)
First dog tricks. So far she has mastered (sort of): sit, stay, down, and JUMP! (she's VERY good at that one!)
It all began when my aunt gave me The Tyger Voyage (by Richard Adams)when I was fourteen. Looking at Nicola Bayley's glowing illustrations made me want to paint some of my own. I still love her work, and I still have that book.