Well isn't that just darling
Wow, what a beauty. I wouldn't mind having it in my garden.
Wow, that's a wonderful looking chair. I guess it's worth the hand cramps, huh? Wish I cold say the same about my so-called scarves I've attempted to crochet.
I want one! How difficult was that to do? Those old fashioned chairs are just perfect.
That is one cute chair!!! You are so talented! I can't wait to see where you put it. You have so much whimsy in your garden--I love it!!
Hi Aunt Debbi,Thanks(-:Hi Lola,Thanks(-:Hi Cinj,Thanks(-: Yeah it was worth it to get it finished(-: My hands are better finally(-: You will get better at croheting too. It just takes practice(-:Hi Nola,It isn't hard to do at all just my hands don't like all that hand painting on the letters. I should have used a different font.(-:Hi Meadowview Thymes,Thanks! I made the chair for my dads GF's Sister so it will be going to her garden(-:
It's adorable and unique. Very nice job. You must visit my blog - I have some cute Rat Terrier photos on it today. Is Jack a big rattie?
Hi My Little Family,Jack is a Rat and weighs about 20 pounds now...(-: He loves his treats(-:
Very nice work. The blue and white works very well for a garden. Could very well become "the" chair to be able to sit in.
Oh Cindy. it turned out so wonderful! I love the flower pot on it. Worth every finger cramp.Lona
Cindee, I love your story of Lucy's mama coming to nurse her. Sounds like you had a wonderful girl there. Perhaps on some "way back wednesday" you can post photos. I owuld love to see her.
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