Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Tree Skirt

Managed to get the tree skirt finished-it is probably a Victorian idea that the tree stand must be covered-as is proper for all legs....I must admit , it does look framed now. The cats apprciate my effort to make it more comfortable at any rate!


  1. Remember how our rabbit (I don't remember which one it was, Rex or Topaz) used to love to stretch out under the Christmas tree?

    I'm sure Tommy and Bling would find that very interesting...!

  2. GORgeous work, you!
    I've been trying to fix the player on the CraftLit page, but so far was only able to add a direct link to the file. I have NO IDEA what's going on with the Garageband folks, but they're taking an AWFULLY long time to "clear" files for those little players.
    : (
    Thanks for visiting, though!

  3. The tree skirt is lovely! I caught up with your blog and I love the fake Isle! I have that on my "to do" list with some of my hand dyed, too! I may be contacting you with questions, as it seems you got it tweaked to work out better.
    I gave Ann the directions for the dye board with pegs that you sent, and asked for it for Christmas. There is no saw dust in the garage yet, so we will see.... :)
    thanks for adding my Rayah to your friends in Ravelry! It is so much fun to have friends from all over! Take care, kathy


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