ART JOURNAL: Any blank book I fill with my drawings.
Love the fancy edge quilting. This is great. Your kids will love it.
I can't say that I blame you, and I won't hold the 'little white lie' against you, Lynn! It's fabulous!!!! Hugs, Terri xoxox
Your son will love it and henry will hate to part from it......:)
This is very pretty, Lynn. It looks old fashioned, like something my grandmother would have done. I'm going to try and see if Blogger lets me post this comment! You know I've been having trouble with my account.
I love this look, it makes me think of my grandmothers quilts that were on the beds when I was a little girl, about a hundred years ago. Her's were made from wools and linner, ties and whatever she could find. These quilts kept us warm in the winter....Thanks for the memorie, I just know Henry will miss it....Your, mary
What a job but ut appears worth it as iys lovely
Are you keeping it after all> is that the lie? WOW!
Beautiful Lynn, I love seeing it on a bed, thanks for showing it again, but where is Henry? :-).xoxo
Lisa, I finally heard from my son who saw photos and said "Outstanding"!!!! He does love it! Thanks.Terri, thanks.Marianne, Henry is getting his own.Katie J, glad it reminds you of grandma...Mary, yes, Henry will miss it; and glad it gave you good memories too.Mim, it's the largest thing I've made to date and was a chore, but I am happy with the outcome.Joss, no, it's going to my son; the lie was that I wouldn't post anymore photos of it. LOLAnnie, Henry is not allowed in the bedroom. Tee hee. But soon he will have his own look a like blanket.
Lynnie, nothing you ever make for me is a waste, certainly not a cat bag. I love all cat art in any form but not the real thing- didn't you know? I was scratched badly - a mama cat with babies- as a child.Yahooo three new babies for us three wonderful grans!
Thanks for leaving your comments as I love hearing from you. Your words of encouragement are why I continue to draw!