I never thought that I would finish this project after seeing all the little pieces that I had to cut out and assemble to make Tony the Tiger come alive. Here he is all finished and ready to be hung somewhere [where?] is to be decided at a later date.
Here is a bit of a close up
My fingers are sore after all this stitching so I will stop for a bit and concentrate on making some community quilts.
A group called Victoria's Quilts Canada, Comforting people with cancer have asked if we as individuals can help. "Their mission is to provide hand-made quilts to people with cancer. These quilts provide physical comfort as well as spiritual comfort in knowing that the Lord is with them in their struggle". The quilts are a gift. No cost is ever passed on to the quilt recipient or to the person who requests the quilt. So I will do my part, take some time off and make a few quilts to help.
Before I sign off, I wanted to show off another tiger in our lives...
Do you think he looks like an Umpire? That is Jaedon, my great grandson who will be 2 in September and like a tiger you have to watch his every move at every second.