Embroidery, The World of
Possibilities and the Casket Chronicles
Janet this is delightful and yes the dog loks so at home too, amazing people you have created here with so much detail
Thanks Margaret. I am having fun with the details!
A very high-spirited looking doggy, too. What a lovely scene!
Dot always had energy!!
Hey that dog looks familiar
That's my little Dot!
For all the long hours you've spent on these most intricate stitches to bring such loveliness to the world, I applaud you Janet! My mind is boggled when I think "from spools of thread and a needle!" Thank you for opening the window for me!! Ruth
And I thank you for sharing your world with me. I'm still hoping you start your own blog and share your wonderful world!
It's just amazing! All of the little details, like your letter (very creative signature), the puppy and the balls of yarn add so much to the scene.
Hi Renee! So good to hear from you. It IS coming along ever so slowly, but I'm loving every minute of it. Thanks for visiting.Janet
You really make the most amazing artwork. Thanks for sharing :-)
And thank YOU for visiting! I enjoy all of your thoughtful, delightful posts.
LOVE it Janet! Your whole casket is going to be so HAPPY & Fun! I think my favorite is your balls of yarn...now if this was my Biscuit....he would be allllll tangled in that yarn! Your Dot must be a good doggie!!! XOXOXOXOXOXO
Dot was the best little dog. I miss her! She always looked on the couch or chair where I was working and only jumped where she won't disturb my work. Unless of course there was a thunderstorm.Give Biscuit a hug from me.