Thursday, February 28, 2013

I was feeling a little 'punchy' this morning.
So I pulled out this project that I have had on hand for a while.  The plan is to finish it up, put a little age on it with some walnut stain then frame it.  All with an eye to gift it to our trainer when Larkin finishes up puppy school next week.  I hope she will like it as much as we like a well-trained pooch.

14 comments:

McIrish Annie said...

cute idea! I know she will love it

Sharon said...

Nothing better than a well behaved dog, this is an excellent gift to give.

Lorraine said...

Oh I am sure she will love it.

Paula, the quilter said...

She will love it! I have one of those gizmos. Somewhere.

Beth said...

That is cute! I stink at punchneedle. I have all kinds of equipment to do it, including the really fancy Igolochkoy Russian needles that I paid a ton of money for and the Cameo one, even a couple of fancy frames, and I am still horrible at it. I can't find anyone to give me lessons. I have asked at a couple of places and no one offers it.

AnnieO said...

So, so cute! Punchneedle is a craft I would like to try but I need another hobby like a hole in the head :) This puppy is sure to please the puppy trainer!

Nancy in MT said...

I like it and bet the trainer will love it. Great gift. n

Sue said...

Very sweet and great gift. How long did puppy school last?

Cathy said...

Oh, I love it. So sweet. Hugs

WoolenSails said...

I can't wait to see the front side, lol.
I have a pattern with a dog and flag, thinking it might be fun to do it as a wall quilt.

Debbie

Karen said...

I recognized your piece as being Larking the moment I saw it. Creative idea!

Dawn said...

Perfect gift! She will love it.

Barb said...

so cute! I haven't punched in awhile. Looking forward to seeing it finished.
I could use the same pattern for coco with brown floss :)

Quilter Kathy said...

So sweet! I always wanted to learn how to do this but haven't gotten around to it yet!