It didn't take long once I sat down and put my fingers to fabric.
Dog Lessons for People
Called for fibers on a random fabric.
Beth at the Strawberry Sampler wondered why they didn't have this model in the shop. I told them for a framing discount, they could display mine for a while. She told me that she could *not* bring one more project to poor Lise after the framing sale. (400 pieces!) I told her the offer was open-ended. It's still good, Beth!
I think I might hang this near Stella's "corner" (where her crate and toys live). Of course, it is for the people and not for the dog so maybe someplace else would be more appropriate?
Stella has made real strides during the inlaws' visit. She's not very good at having new people in the house and usually barks incessantly. In fact she did this the first time they came over, scaring the bejesus out of everyone. My older nephew asked when Stella would be "a normal dog." We put her in her (covered) crate and she barked even from there. It was a nightmare. The next time they were at the house, it was a sunny day so the older nephew took Stella on a walk with the dude supervising. When she returned to the house she was a new dog! No barking. It was a great relief. She even put up with some excessive petting. (She put herself in the crate that time!)