Chevy came to us 5 years ago in June. I remember feeling that she had pushed her way into my heart within hours!
Chevy - our Warrior Princess!
Last Christmas my daughter and I bought Chevy a new collar from Pooch & Tabby of Toronto. It was called Warrior Princess and it was perfect! Chevy was feisty, protective and full of love for her adoptive family and of food (not sure in which order!)
|My favourite picture of Chevy sleeping on her quilts!
|"Ca va bien aller" - at the beginning of the pandemic
|One of the art pieces inspired by our walks
"All for One"
|"All for One!"
|First attempt at "All for One"
Keeping me company
Chevy was usually only a few steps behind me. She would follow me around the house and make sure that I wasn't up to mischief! Here are a few of the pictures that have been posted on the blog in the last 5 years.
|Chevy soon after her arrival into our home and hearts
|Chevy supervising the sandwiching of the king-sized bed quilt
Always happy to help 😊
|Chevy making sure that my first fabric dying attempt is a success!
|Always happy to pose
|Chevy's spot in my studio - it's feels pretty empty now 😔
|Chevy posing with more hexies
|Chevy posing in her spot on the couch with
hexies made of doggy fabrics
What I learned
- Opening up your heart to a doggy leaves it vulnerable to being broken - but it's totally worth it.
- Chevy on Free Motion Mavericks, November 20, 2019
- OMG and slow stitching projects update, August 03, 2020
- Pooch & Tabby on Etsy
- Trying to get from fine to great!, July 16, 2021
- Other Chevy related posts