Sunday, April 2, 2017

Magdalena's Goat

See, no April Fools joke.... here is an update on the Magdalena Goat. But it will be a quick post as I worked my butt off today washing windows in the living room, washing old 'country cottage curtains' and putting up Merlot colored swags.  Hey, great choice of colors, eh? Thought about buying the 'sage' colored swags but decided to live a little and go for the BOLD instead of being so conservative with color choice.
As you might expect me to say, the colors of the rug are far more bright in the photo than in person.  Evelyn had her adaptation of this design hooked in less than a month.  Hells bells.... I started hooking mine February 15th and still not done.  

Happy April 2nd and hopefully good weather will be ahead.



  1. You have made GREAT progress. You will be done soon.
    Hells bells. I haven't heard that in a long time. It was a favorite expression of my dear aunt.
    How can it be April?

  2. I love the mix of colors in the background.
    I wish I could spring clean, my back and arm are out of commission for now.


  3. I like the curtain color you chose!
    Pretty little goat!
    You will get it done!

  4. Your mat is awesome, ,,,, love it,,,,
    Fun background,,,
    Take care
    Thanks for sharing,,,,

  5. Love your rug! We are in for more snow tomorrow but for now it is a nice day.

  6. Hi Saundra,
    I'm sure your new swags will be just right in that bold color!! Good for you to try something that makes a statement!!
    Speaking of statement, your rug is certainly making one!!! WOW!!! I just love him even though he isn't done yet!! I think my favorite part is his legs!!!! He looks like he is doing a happy dance!!!
    Thanks so much for keeping us updated on his progress!!!!
    Enjoy your week!!
    Heart Hugs~

  7. very successful! nice work with getting that look we love so much!

  8. Great progress ! Heck, if you finish this one you just have to start another...LOL. Congrats on the new window treatments and clean windows.


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