Thursday, March 15, 2012


At last I finished creating my Netty LaCroix elephant! I'm sure you all know what it's like to have numerous projects just hanging around. Well, this elephant has been on a back burner for a long time, and at last I finished him. Of course, I did have to do my own rendition of Netty's design. And I so love hers, but I don't copy other people; just borrow for inspiration and truly credit the originator. Not patting myself on the back much, am I? Well, it's just that I'm scrupulous and have to give credit where credit's due. Just have to.

Enjoy seeing my elephant who has no name, yet.


Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Christine,
Your elephant is WONDERFUL!!! I love all your special touches! I love that pattern and it is one of my "back burner" projects as well! I have made several from another pattern and have used old and new fabrics much fun!!
Thanks for sharing and I hope can come up with a lovely name soon!
Also, thank you for the sweet Birthday wishes!!
Happy Creating~~

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Oh my heavens, she's beautiful.

Anne@A Little Fur in the Paint said...

Beautiful!! Such a lovely blog! So glad I found you; I'm now a follower!
Anne ♥♥

Lady Linda said...

Hi Christine.. a lovely creature indeed. You are a such a wonderful creator.
Will be waiting for a name!

Christine LeFever said...

He is now named Jacques. He has a sort of French quality for an elephant.

Larkrise garden girl said...

He's Beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

I adore elephants....yours is quite extraordinary! And so is your blog. I love prim!

I've got you on my blogs to savor list so that I an keep up with your lovely work.