Saturday, 28 June 2008

Saturday in review ...

Framed!


Prairie Schooler's Bremen Town Musicians (modified).
The Crown Prince did a gap year in Bremen in 2002. As an already very good cellist, he played in about four orchestras while he was over there.


My very own, very special blissful creation & Bremen Town Muso with his picture.

The renovations for this round are complete!

Before

After

It's a dog's life

Last, but not least, a pic of Lucy & Harry.
They spend hours snoozing in the winter sunshine, moving from spot to spot around the garden.


They are just as cute when they are awake!

Cheers!

9 comments:

Jenn said...

I love the fabric you sitched the Bremen Town Musicians on.
Lucy and Harry look very comfortable. It is a dogs life! :)

stitcherw said...

Lovely finish, and it sounds a perfect one for him. How great that he was in Bremen and you found the pattern that went with the story. Your renovation looks great too. Fun picture of Lucy and Harry, that's what Jaz has been spending her time doing as well.
Sue

Dani said...

Great finish! Such sweet puppies ... they look very comfortable. Looks like you guys have been working hard on the renovations ... it came out well.

Aussie Stitcher said...

That is an amazing accomplishment for your son, and such an appropriate design for him. Love the picture of the dogs, how cute.

Meari said...

That frame suits the piece really well. Love the doggie pics. :)

Dee said...

Lucy and Harry are so sweet. Harry is a big boy!

Glad you stopped by my blog so I could find your blog.

Happy stitching,
Dee

Sharon said...

Renovations look great! Cute dogs and your framed picture looks great.

Margaret said...

What a great finish for your handsome son. A wonderful momento of his time in Bremen.

Hi there Lucy & Harry!!! What a pair of cuties. They seem to have bonded so well.

I've started the summer chair. What a fun piece to stitch. Frederick is framed and so are the Nutcrackers. They look great. Will share them in September.

tkdchick said...

Great framedf piece!