The following pictures with commentary were taken from Ramona's post about the quilt:
What you don't see is that the back of the quilt is in a pretty pink fabric and it has sweet words running through it. I think all the fabrics are gorgeous and I especially love the butterflies. :)
Here is a link to surgeon, Dr Ramona Bates medical blog .. Suture for a Living and a link to the baby quilt post in which she has these baby quilt pictures up and describes the quilt... this very beautiful quilt.. this most thoughtful and generous gift.
I have to say...I was feeling down that week, but really perked up when I opened Ramona's package and laid eyes on her beautiful handiwork... I was so moved by her taking the time out from her busy life to do this... and in awe of her talent. I have no doubt that God has given Dr Bates a gift for working with her hands. :)
The pictures do not do it justice. The puppies are indeed soft and it's just the most precious quilt and we all love it! :) I gave Devan a sneak peek at the quilt before we went to the hospital and she kept rubbing her hands across the soft furry puppies. :)
Thank you so very much Ramona! :)
Oh! I also just have to add the link to the post where her chocolate lab, Rusty is modeling a surgeon's cap she made. (Check him out! :) Too funny and very sweet! He's got the countenance of a surgeon. Hmm..let's see...what specialty would Rusty be in? :) Not only does Ramona make beautiful and arty quilts, but she also makes caps for surgeons and anesthesiologists.
You can also peruse her blog and check out all the other amazing quilts she has made. :)