Saturday, August 4, 2012

Miss Turkey

This is my spin on a Raven's Haven pattern entitled Gilbert. The Gilbert pattern is a primitive turkey in a black hat, all tea dyed, very prim. Since I made Gilbert last year, I thought I would make his girlfriend this year.

I recently told a blogger friend I may have been cruel when I added the little pillow. I keep thinking it should read "be thankful you are not a turkey". At least at Thanksgiving.

I made her a little bonnet and gave her some feminine touches.

Thanks everyone for liking my little "petunia" car. It was not my original idea, as I have very few of those, and I probably saw it somewhere out there and stored it in my filter space. I just never had any big petunia planter before, so thanks again Kynda for sending these from Flowers on the Avenue in Allen Park. Happy Saturday.


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Your turkey gives some good advice thankful. I always try to do that. It won't be long now till our thoughts turn to fall and Thanksgiving. I for one will be glad to see cooler days, but not ever looking forward to winter. Hope your Saturday is a super one!

Susie said...

Peggy, You are such a good seamstress. I like your turkeys. Smiles, Susie

Primitive Stars said...

Hello Peggy, oh how sweet is the Turkey, love her. Blessings Francine.

The Moonlit Stitch said...

love your turkey peggy!!! ~*~Lisa