This little Casita travel trailer is a good symbol of the retirement phase for Steve and me. I started the tapestry a few months before our move to Texas hill country, in anticipation of our new adventures. And then, the day after Steve retired we went to Rice, Texas and drove away with our new Casita La Perlita (Little Pearl), as if to say, “Let the adventure begin!”
Enjoy the Casita tapestry review.
May your adventures come at just the right time.
20 thoughts on “Process Review: Casita Tapestry”
It’s wonderful. I love the texture you’ve managed to build in. What a lovely way to remember your adventure!
Hi Petrina, It was fun to give it some texture. I’m glad you like it.
Love your tapestry and all the beautiful symbolism attached. What a treasure!
Thanks for sharing your dreamy retirement.
Hi Marian! We are certainly enjoying this retirement phase.
It’s marvelous, Karen! May all of your adventures bring happiness. Thank you for sharing!
Thank you so much, Beth!
It’s just marvelous!
Hi Betsy, I’m glad you like it!
You really have nice depth of field in this tapestry. It’s terrific!
Hi Betsy, What a great compliment. Thank you very much!
Oh, I really love this!
Thanks for sharing it.
Greatings from Marga, from The Netherlands,
Hi Marga, I’m excited to have someone from The Netherlands pay a visit here. Thank you for leaving such a kind thought.
All the best,
Love the clouds.
May you have many travels in your Casita with loom at hand.
Hi Nannette, Can I give you a hug? You are such an encourager.
Your tapestry is great and I love your little casita. It is so cute. What fun to explore as you are able to do with it.
Hi Gail, We do enjoy our fun times with the Casita!
How cute. You did a great Job. Almost looks like a photograph
Hi Cynthia, Thanks so much! It was a lot of fun to work on.