1 March 2013

Meet Spud!

This is my new pet.  Well, actually it's my daughter's and I haven't met him yet.  Knowing that they were getting a puppy I decided to go ahead and tackle a doggy design.

Over the years I've been asked time and time again for doggy patterns but have always not quite 'got there'.  The main problem was that they were all different breeds or mutts.  We've only ever had mutts in the family and as you all know all dogs differ a lot.  It was too hard to decide on what breed of dog to do so I eventually decided on a puppy as they all look 'much the same' when they're little.

So, Spud was born.  

Want to meet him?  He's here.  

16 comments:

Jane McLellan said...

Hi Spud. I do like your beaded collar.

Val said...

I WANT...!

Jean said...

Oh Jane, this is the cutest tatted doggy I've ever seen! How clever!

Maureen said...

Oh, he is gorgeous!! - and he could double up as a lamb too! Spud the lamb-dog.

umintsuru said...

Spud is adorable!

Orsi said...

He is so cute!
Thank you for the pattern!

Lace-lovin' Librarian ~ Diane said...

Spud is adorable!

Ladytats said...

he's cute, I love the collar.

Mad Tatter said...

Ooooh. Spud is very very cute. Thank you Jane.

rsmre said...

He's very sweet. I saw him on facebook, and I thought that he was a lamb. My grandson likes the tatted animals. I think that I'll make one in white with a black collar and give it to him as an Easter (lamb) gift. Thanks for the wonderful patterns.

God's Kid said...

He's cute!! I thought he was a lamb since Easter is getting close, I thought you were getting ready. :)

Sunela said...

What a sweet heart!!

Suzanne said...

I, too, thought he was a lamb. It is the ears that lead one that direction. The pose is definitely playful pup. Depending on the breed, the ears should either stand up on top of the head, or flop alongside.

Margarets designer cards said...

I love him, have sent the link to my grand daughter, she will love him
Margaret

Anonymous said...

Jane, you've done it again! Please forgive me - I didn't have my glasses on so couldn't read the story. I told someone it was a sheep or ewe. It's still oh so cute! Thank you for keeping me supplied with critter patterns for every occasion.

squeeky from InTatters

Marjolein said...

He is adorable!

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