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Dee so sorry about the snake bite. Poor puppy. Hopefully he heals quickly and stays away from snakes!!!
Love your hexi project.
Cute puppy! He looks big--what breed is he? Good thing you saw it happen and got him vet attention. I've seen 7 snakes in my yard so far this summer, much more than I have ever seen here. At least none of ours are poisonous so I don't worry.
Many snakes are territorial so keep those nonpoisonous snakes around.
Oh, I dont' mind them I just wish they wish they would do a better job at keeping the mice out of my house!
He looks big--what breed is he?
He is a Rhodesian Ridgeback. Short hair, heat resistant and family friendly - but he will be big. Right now he is about 55 pounds but will likely get close to 100. We had two when our kids were small and my daughter especially was attached to the female puppy we got when she was 5. That dog was her best friend. Daughter had problems stumbling on walks due to her physical issues, so we told her to hold on to the dog's collar so that she could "walk to the dog". But actually the dog walked my daughter - the dog was very aware of her and would stop if daughter stumbled, never pulled her off balance. The dog also would gently body block my son when he was learning to crawl to keep him in areas he was supposed to be. It was very fascinating to watch her. We were all heartbroken when she died.
I am working on another Tula Pink English Paper Piecing pattern, "Alchemy". This one is faster working because you are making horizontal rows, not flower or star units.
The picture below shows row 1 and row 2 completed (but not stitched together). I am currently working on Row 3, which is a real PITA. It's boring. It is ginormous flower units ... 5 rounds, if I remember correctly. There are 6 of them in the row and they fit into the "arches" of row 2 (the pink row in the picture).
And here is Row 3, all finished.. but not yet stitched to Row 2