Wednesday, 31 March 2021

SHEEP, PATSY AND BEADED CHAIN STITCH.


Latest pictures of the 'tiny lambs' now growing into large sheep.
As you can see, being around dogs from the start they have no fear of the dogs.

It's all animals in our family at the moment.
Tom Grandson has just got an addition to his life in the shape of an English Bull Terrier.


Meet Patsy.  
She has been 'used' for breeding and no longer wanted poor girl.
She will now have a wonderful loving home and is already displaying a lovely nature.

Sun's out and meeting Matt and Penny for a burger in the park today.

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On the crafting front, I have worked a bit more on the sampler.
I've added two rows of beaded chain stitch.


As all my work is done as I go a long I have no idea how this will turn out. lol
I might add some lattice between the rows, watch this space.

Have a lovely day, beautiful down here on the South Coast.
Briony
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19 comments:

  1. both Bob and My family are all about animals and every single one of us would love the lambs and the dog who looks like a lamb and precious Patsy

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  2. I so love your handwork that I have been inspired to do some embellished random patchwork (using up scraps of linen) to make myself a quilted tea cosy. There is a lurking suspicion there will be a lot of cold tea before it is finished. xxx F

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  3. Well those two do look quite at home with the dogs right beside them. Poor Patsy,that is sad, so very glad she is going to have lots of love and kindness now which she never had before. The beaded chain stitch looks really lovely and so does the rest of it too. keep well Amanda x

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  4. Patsy is beautiful! And isn't it great to have "shorts weather" once again?!

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  5. It's so nice that Patsy will have a home she deserves. A bit of sun and warmth is very welcome!
    Best wishes
    Ellie

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  6. Lucky Patsy to have found a good home.

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  7. Your stitching is absolutely exquisite, Briony!! Beautiful!!! And God bless your family for rescuing. Patsy is gorgeous... and very very lucky!! ~Andrea xoxo

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  8. The sheep and dog look like they are good friends!

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  9. My daughter had a large English Bull Terrier and he was gorgeous. In his head he was a lap dog and he would jump on my lap all 4 stone of him. Crazy boy. Love your sewing your flowers are so lifelike.

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  10. Patsy is beautiful. So glad she's now in a loving home. Arilx

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  11. I thought that the dog with the sheep was Beau!.How lovely that they get along together.I am so pleased that Patsy has a loving home.I just love animals,xx

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    1. I can see why you thought it was Bo, they are very similar. Bo is my daughter Penny's dog and those were my son Pete's.
      Thanks for commenting, always nice to hear from you
      Briony
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  12. I'm so glad your grandson adopted sweet Patsy and she can live out her days in a loving home! Makes my heart so glad! Every inch of your embroidery is so beautiful!

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  13. Patsy looks like a sweet girl.
    Love your stitching.

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  14. It was also beautiful up here on the South Yorkshire Rivera these past three days.
    I hope Patsy has a happy life with Young Tom.

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  15. I am just in awe of your embroidery skills. I have never seen beading like that, either. What a sampler that is! And Patsy will now have the good life with your son.

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  16. Send some of that sunshine up here we have yet to get above 9. A joy to see your beautiful work, your stitches are a delight.

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  17. Why has that short film started off "The farmer and the cowman should be friends" from Oklahoma playing in my head?

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  18. Love those stitches and look forward to seeing more. What a good dog Patsy is! I was always taking in and adopting those who needed a good home. Our Dolly was 10 when we adopted her. πŸ’–

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