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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

The "indigo dog" portrait art quilts are almost finished...they just need the hanging sleeves on the back!


A cross-section of the mighty elm which stood in our front yard.

Below, Mr. P showing just how big the trunk was!


Anonymous said...

I just found you today,,, oh my those are lovely quilts,,I have never saw that before,, beautiful,,I'm a newbie and found you from Lavendar Dreams she follows my blog,,i follow hers,, this is such an amazing world this blog land,, thankyou for sharing,,

Piecefulafternoon said...

The dogs turned out so great!! And that is indeed a mighty tree.

gemma said...

You never cease to amaze me Lila. The dog portrait quilts are just fantastic!.
WOAH look at the size of that tree. OMG! My love to you all.

Suspinz: Dabbler in Many Things said...

Sorry for the loss of your elm. It was full of character, evidently...I remember the birdhouse it held onto so tightly. Can you save and use any of that wood?

Juniper's portraits turned out quite well, didn't they? Personally I like the bluer one better, but that's just me. Do you have a preference?

lila said...

Good to hear from you, Sue!
I think of the Juniper portraits as daytime and nighttime. I like them both...but am drawn to the more indigo violet as an aura! (Her's or mine?? not sure!)

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