Each of the four wall panels are made of Kona Tomato and Kona White with Kona Ocean (or is it Pacific?) as the door and window panel. The roof is made of Kona Tomato with Kona Canary bunting attached. There's a small bit of Kona Canary along the base, too.
The door and window are lined with Remix fabric, which coordinated beautifully and gave a circus vibe to the whole thing. Inside I made two cushion covers out of Remix too, so she has a bit of comfort and a place to sneak a nap.
|I spy Dad's quilt on the couch! Boy that would look nice with coordinating cushion covers, wouldn't it? |
The window and door roll up and can be secured with ties, but Nieve liked the idea of hiding in there and generally left them down. The window was made larger than in the pattern so that it could act as a puppet theater. Do you remember the puppets I showed you a few weeks ago? The idea was that Nieve now has her own monkey, lion and tiger as part of her circus.
|For now, Gram is having more fun with the monkey and lion than Nieve is. |
See her kneeling on that poor tiger?
Thanks, Dad (AKA Granddad) for the photos of our favourite birthday girl!