Ooooo - for my grandson!
St. George and the dragon and the maiden he rescued. Looks great to me!
Mr dragon - be afraid, be VERY afraid. Wonderful, Martha, just wonderful.
I see more as the dragon leaning down to say, "Seriously???."
When I looked at him with the dragon, my English thoughts are George and the dragon. George is our patron saint.Margaret
I think he's perfect, and he's protecting a damsel in distress... the stuff legends are made of!
Love the knight. I assume he will be part of your new book also? Any chance the book might be done and available at Tat Days?
This is so clever! Perfect 'additions' for the great dragon!
Wonderful! Wonderful! I liked the knight even without the dragon but together they are great!
Save me, O shiny knight!
Martha, they are done to a perfect scale! Perhaps the dragon is thinking, "You know you are just made of string, don't you?":-)
Love love love your sense of whimsy and play!Fox : ))
What an awesome tatted picture!!! :)
Such great fun!
really adorable I would stitch that down to a little pillow so cute and magical. I started a new bog if you want to check it out it's called "Carollyn's tatting blog" :)
Oh gosh,I have been going to ask if you had written another book. That looks really good.Still on 'blog-accation' hope to be back soon. Still tatting and dyeing and enjoying our lovely summer.
Wonderful to hear from you. With your long blog silence, I had been thinking of you and hoping you were OK.