You can't really see the wonderful embroidery Sandy did on this... try clicking on it to see if it will enlarge. Sandy lives on a cattle station in NSW, Australia. We had several emails going back and forth to get to know each other better. It was a lot of fun to learn about each other's life. Of course, the biggest job for me was to figure out where she lives. It is a really small town and far from the beaten path, so to speak.
She also sent a couple of stuffed animals representative of the animals in the area. And, really neat fabric that shows many of the animals native to Australia. Way too cool! You can see a bit of the fabric behind the animals.
You can visit Sandy's blog ShiraleeStitches.
Just in case you think I am not multi-dimensional -- Here's my patio tomato plant with a tomato nearly ready to pick. I was afraid we'd only have these few tomatoes but figured out there are several little ones just starting out. Yum! I love tomatoes.
Today I hope to finish the spring quilt I showed last post. Heck, it's the end of the month and I only have one doll quilt as a finish. So if I can get that quilt done at least it will give me a little more of a finish. (Hum, seems like I bought a bit of fabric this month too....)
I'm off for a long walk with the dog. It's not too hot out yet and I'd like to get some exercise without going over to the Y today. Poor Raggs will come back panting but he'll sleep the rest of the day! Happy Quilting All!