I have the goat wall-hanging top done, and pin-basted to the backing and batting. I even have - gasp! - pictures for you!
Yes, it was hanging on the wall. I wanted to make sure that a) it was large enough to fit in the spot, without being too large and b) that the colors would work where I wanted to put it. Since the answers were Yes/Yes, we're good to go. :grin:
I've got the first block almost completed - just need to finish quilting the bottom and side.
For those not into Dairy goats, the 2 brown goats are Nubians. The black/white goats are Alpines, and the gray/black one is a Cashmere. I can see not "getting" the Cashmere - it's just a generic goat. :lol:
I'm happy with the hanging, except I wish the Alpines looked more...Alpine-like. I didn't have any black and white patterned fabric, so I sewed 2 pieces together and ran with it. It's OK...except for the straight demarcation between colors. Ah, well - it's art, right?
SG doesn't like that I put udders on all the large goats - I mean, it's a DAIRY GOAT hanging, right? They need udders. he thinks it's silly - but *I* don't. Since I'm the artist, I get final say, right? :lol:
My daughter is driving me nuts. Today was Review day in Math - we've been working on the SAME stuff all week; it's easy - estimation. She does NOT get it. :bangs head: I had to force her to start - once she started, she breezed thru it, but MAN! Getting her to even LOOK at the first problem was a battle. Next week we start pre-Algebra - I am NOT looking forward to this!
I need to get to work on blouse #3. And maybe #4. :lol: I finally found a pattern my husband approved of, so I'll be churning out shirts for him soon (Folkwear #102, the French Cheesemaker's Smock). He's picky.....This one combines nice, stylish looks with relative ease in sewing, so it's a win/win. Shorts are up next - he needs new ones badly (and so do I! Loose fences do a number on fabric!)