Thursday, July 28, 2011

Wolves, pottery and rings...

daughter #3 and her "imaginary" wolf friend.

My daughter insisted I not embroider the clothes on the wolf, formerly a fox. She said it was
"creepy" to put clothes on animals and so, I embroidered a bit of fur and green grass to cover the iron-on print.

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My daughter is pleased with her new picture : )


This is the most charming pottery I have found:
Watch the slide show. I promise it will bring a smile to your face.

These rings are amazing!!!!

Romantic and brilliant:


A little more quiet time outside today:

Working on Grandmother's/Spring quilt.

and look! what appeared....a little feather magic : )

A rare moment with daughter #2. She has been "on the go" this Summer and I really enjoy our time

A sweet kiss!


  1. Gorgeous Marie, a little touch of passion to the wolves brought it to live! Thanks for the link to amazing pottery. I agree they are one of a kind - Hugs Nat

  2. Thank you : )
    I would love to try making some fun pottery cups after seeing Julie Whitmore's whimsical and creative pottery. I was so inspired after watching the slide show of her work. Glad you enjoyed it too!

  3. Nice adaptation with the wolf. :)

    The pottery was so sweet, I loved the spoons!

  4. Hi Deb G,
    What I liked the most about the picture I chose to embroider was the fact that it had a suit on, but my daughter would have nothing to do with that and insisted I make it more like a real wolf.
    She said the clothes were "creepy".

    That pottery is so inspiring to me! I would love
    to try to make my own...seems like a lot of fun.

  5. p.s. my daughter told me the new picture looks more like a wolf puppy and that was "ok".

  6. What a lovely post, Marie. I so enjoyed the pictures of you with your girls. Same sweet smile and pretty eyes :) As for the pottery... simply delightful. Love the blue feather too. What a nice way to embroider the wolf !