Since then, I've followed Tanya's blog, her challenges, her travels, her definate opinions about TV shows (Some I share, Some I don't) and the heartbreaking ailments of her adorable cat. Fortunately he came out much better in the end than my Cinder, who also suffered from kidney failure. But mostly, I followed the quilts!
I wish I could say I mastered Tanya's fabulous methods, but alas I'm just a beginner. Still, Tanya was my inspiration to push on when my results were... well, less than stellar.
I could muster up some photos of earlier works but... well, best to let sleeping dogs lie. I sure made a few dogs! But I find a photo of the block I sent to Tanya for her Eek, Slither, Boo! quilt. In the photo below you can see my son 'Howling' at the moon so to speak. He was 5 and quite happy to help me show off that block.
You can see the entire quilt HERE, well, most of the quilt anyhow.