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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches
<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1836301-so-where-their-mothers-by-anniedeb' title = '"So . . . where are their mothers?!?" by anniedeb on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0183/6301/rSpring_whirlwind_with_multiple_lions_mended_7x6_shop_preview.png' alt='"So . . . where are their mothers?!?"'/></a>
Change DPI Base size is 150
Collection: Baaaa! in Color
lion lamb (130)
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Thank you, Amy, for taking a look.
Posted about 3 years ago.
So charming and I love the colors!
Thank you, Amy. They are bright, aren't they? Thanks for taking a look.
Posted over 3 years ago.
Enjoy those colors
We have sheep -- no lions :-) -- but there are coyotes and stray dogs. When they appear, the poor sheep roll their eyes and begin to run in a clump. Our dining room window looks out on the pasture. We know when something is amiss when we see the small wooly flock go galloping by the window. Thank you for taking a look at the design, Su.
This is like a sheep's worst nightmare, and yes, poor Louise does look terrified... it was only at the swatch view that I felt I got a good grasp on this design, it has an almost hallucinogenic look or like looking at a scene through water or a time warp... very different (and an excellent repeat!!)
Thank you for taking a look at the design, Rhonda. That sheep is actually one of our ewes, Louise. The face, that is, not the wool. (Wow, can you imagine what it would be like to have colorful wool like in the design?) And, actually, even though I messed with the eyes, it's a pretty dead-on rendering of what a ewe's eyes look like when she is frightened. Thank you again for taking a look. I appreciate it.
Having cute cubs decide that woolly lambs make great playmates is enough to make any sheep bleat! The frightened eyes peering out from their close sheepish cluster say it all!
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