Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Next up.


 This is a quilt that I made for one of my daughters years and years ago.  It is not finished.  It needs faces embroidered onto the frogs, it needs some fish and other waterlife appliqued onto the borders.  After my mom's quilt is done, this is my next project to finish.  Unfortunately.....I found this pattern at Crabapple Hill Studio online shop.I'm sure that after I've saved up the money, I will buy this pattern.

Dolly Llama is about the same but she is warm and comfortable.  I have been giving her warm water and molasses along with her meds with a turkey baster.  Honestly, I think she is going pull out of this. I sure hope so.

When I went outside tonight, NO chickens were on the goat fence.  Which means they noticed that it was a million degrees below zero and went inside to roost.

The other dogs want nothing to do with the cold.  Even Casper has been content to just sleep on his rocking chair.

7 comments:

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

I honestly feel that animals go to heaven--at least the ones that humans love like their own like you do--
they go to heaven and someone we know who is already there takes care of the animal until we get there!!
I know my Dad has a couple of my beloved cats--he loved cats and dogs here on earth too!!
I do pray that Dolly though will get much stronger again and still be here a while longer--
hugs, Di and miss gracie

Shanda said...

I'm so glad to hear that Dolly Llama is still giving it a good fight! My Cashew got ehrlichia this past year and it was a tough fight, touch and go, but she made it. My heart and prayers are with you and Dolly. I love Casper snoozing!!

Lesa said...

Our dogs are making very few demands to be let out today. It's even a bit air-ish here in Florida. My SIL used a frog pattern for a quilt last year and I look forward to seeing how your frog faces turn out. Keeping good thoughts about Dolly.

Tettelestai said...

Oh my boys would love the frog pattern! So very cool.

Greenpatches said...

Hello - visiting you via Vicki's Grow Your Blog party. I just had to ask after Dolly Llama. How is she doing today?

Buttons said...

Oh I love the quilts and the pattern. I am happy Dolly Llama is holding fast. Hug.
I wish it would warm up farming is hard enough without this these days. B

Robyn said...

Hi there,
I am a new reader to your blog and I am SO enjoying it! I've been reading back through all your post and I think your blog is wonderful. I hope Dolly is doing better but I didnt read what has happened to her?
Robyn