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March 26, 2007


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wow all those garments are so amazing and fabulous I don't come to your blog as often as I would like, but whenever I do I see some really amazing things keep up the good work! =)


Thanks for the detailed instructions. I know that this is a lot of work, but we enjoy it very much :)


Hi Penny,

You are so talented and creative! I saw your collar slipcovers and would like your permission to make a bunch for rescue fundraisers. A friend of mine and I have made adorable kilts for Westies and raised a lot of money for Westie Rescue at the last Celtic Festival. These collars would have universal appeal. YOU ARE SUCH A GEM!

Keep up your blog. You are actually living the life as an artist which was my dream once upon a time. I can live vicariously through you.



Love the scalloped collar slip design. Absolutely adorable!

Paula, mom of 2 Westies!!!


Reading this late, but oh so glad I did...thank you so much! I'm giving it a try tonight!


Hi Taphophile! (while I scramble around for the dictionary!*grin*)

Thanks for your comment! I'd love to see your interpretation of my little pattern! Please share a photo!



Just found your site from Whip Up and thought I'd drop by to admire your Westie.

Now I need to make some of these gorgeous things for my little pack.

Many thanks.


Thanks, Joan! I love your website. Thanks for the hospital gown free pattern on your site! I will make some of those for the next time my mother, 84, goes to the hospital! We already brighten her hospital room with quilted pillow shams and an interesting lap robe to drape over her bed. It brightens things for the nurses as well!

You are a poodle person? When you make some collar slipcovers for your Poodle, please share a photo!


Joan Hawley

Hi Penny,

This scalloped collar slip cover design is absolutely adorable!

I love it.

Joan Hawley
Lazy Girl Designs


He he he....Thanks! Writing the tutorial is the hardest part...but I will keep trying. *grin*

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