Thursday, April 5, 2012

Meet Rosie



I've been itching to hook and construct some kind of doll for my hubby's
(I highlighted the link because, if time, you can take a peek at his marvelous new website) granddaughter, Ava.  She is always asking about our dear, passed away kitty, Rosie.  We continue to show her where Rosie is now permanently residing in the backyard...... but when she gets here, Ava still asks, "Where's Rosie?"  So...... I made her a Rosie of her own.  Rosie has a little posy pouch similar to the one I made for Ava and our dear friend Emma.


Rosie's has a couple of lavender sprigs tucked in hers.  Such fun.........

xo
dulcy

10 comments:

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

So wonderful!
xx
julie

Charlotte said...

Dulcy, she is utterly gorgeous. And what is this psychic link? I have just finished sewing a rag doll cat!

Not sure he will be as lovely as yours though.

Pixie said...

Just lovely Dulcy......as always..xx

Nancy said...

What a special grammie you are to make the kitty for your granddaughter. I know she is going to love it...

.Jim's new site is beautiful...I even left him a couple of comments..I've really gotten into photography but that's not to say I know what I am doing...Jim's work is awesome....

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Sweet!

Tammy Burks said...

The new Rosie is A-Door-ob-lay!

Julia said...

Ava will simply love Rosie the sweet kitty.
I'm on my way to check Jim's website.
Happy Easter
JB

Julia said...

Hi Dulcy, first thank you for your comment on my blog. I did three post on the Fiber Art Retreat as there were so many photos.

I visited your hubby's page but couldn't leave a comment but as I looked on he photo, it appears to me that the fox is a nursing mother as I think I can see teats under her belly so she must be a bit apprehensive as she probably has pups in the area.

What a great shot, my compliment to Jim.
Hugs. JB

art spirit said...

Love your hooked kitty! So wonderful...
isn't it fun to make something that doesn't take forever to complete? Love those 3 frogs too!

Jennifer Richardson said...

oh hello rosie:)
what a lucky girl
to live in such a lovely garden!
beautiful, dulcy:)
-Jennifer