SO SWEET and beautiful. Even with the Shammy Poop of Approval. Did not know it was intended to be a Dog Rug but dogs have a way of making things their own.You did a fantastic job. Need to consult with you about an estate sale item I purchased and the best way to clean it since it's a bedspread with original embroidery.
WOW Dani! That is beautiful!Rockin' the stitches!
That is just gorgeous! Love the color choices!!
Dogs do have that way about them. :)Curious about the bedspread....how old do you think it is?
Thank you FC!Lisa, I'm a sucker for the Anna Maria Horner fabrics. Love, love, love them!
Well it was an estate sale of a woman who did a lot of her own sewing. I'm guessing at least 40 or 50 years old. They had already sold a lot of quilts much like what you've done here. But I'm guessing that people don't realize the embroidery quilts are just as beautiful as the other quilts. This was one of a pair that she must of had for a guest room pair of full size beds. I'll send you a picture tonight.
Did you pick up any old kitchen stuff while you were there?
Yes, will blog that later this week.
yay! And it's beautiful and functional for EVERYONE!
LoL! That's one way to look at it.
All flat things are dog rugs!And chicken rugs!Very, very purty! And a lot of work. Back in the day, for my 4 nieces, I would send them a fabric pack from one of the mail order places. Millions, it seemed, of little squares. They would end up all over the spare bedroom arranged in various little fabric bouquets. Aunts, friends and neighbors would get involved. This was the summer before their senior year. Finally they would pick out their fabric, I would order and fashion some sort of quilt out of it for them to take to college. To be presented upon high school graduation. Your quilt brought back those memories.
Soooo beautiful!!! Love how the animals just take it over. haha
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!
Love the quilt and Jiggs and Shammy enjoying the comfort of the comforter. Have I ever told you that my "Chicken Little" could be Laverne's twin?
Oh, pretty. But, I did have to wonder if that chicken is potty trained.
wow. impressive. i love the set up with the poodle and shamy too.
after the chicken and dogs have had their way, where does it go next?It's fabulous, btw!
Boxer, this one I'm keeping for myself. :)
Looks like everyone is enjoying this beautiful piece here.
Hey Dani,Beautiful!! I love quilts. That chick cracks me up! Every, single time.Patti
Beautiful and always nice to have the "seal' of approval from the family.
Well done, done, done! Seriously, I'm getting anxious just looking at all of those corners that you lined up so evenly! It's real purdy, Dani!
WOW! YOu are super talented!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
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