Mr. Armour begs to differ, but I think our new apartment may be in need of an Alfred the pug custom pet embroidery. Can you imagine how much time (and skill!) a single portrait must require? I wonder if there would be an upcharge due to his many wrinkles ; )
I’m dying!! This is so perfect! PS I love when you blog on East Coast time, makes my mornings so much more enjoyable! xo
Katie Armour says
Frances — Oh that’s good to hear! I will try to prepare posts in advance more often! xx
I adore embroidery, and this is just so sweet! I have two pugs and they are so silly. Your Alfred is very handsome. :)
Katie Armour says
Heather — I beg John for a second pug every day, but no luck as of yet! You’re a very lucky gal! And yes, our Alfred likes to think he’s very handsome ; )
The Prippy Handbook says
I had a portrait done of my boyfriend’s dog as an anniversary gift by the amazing Happy Menocal, and it was a big hit!
Her art is gorgeous and affordable, despite being a fave of Jonathan Adler.
LOVE this! Though my hubby just gave me a resounding “no, no, no” as well…le sigh…
Please tell me you’d include his bowtie in the portrait! This is absolutely adorable! What a perfect way to start the week!
Oh! I love to embroider, but the most complicated I have done is pie and cupcakes…this is inspiring, and I might just have to order my pups! L-O-V-E
This is fantastic! HmmmmI think my very cute and very spoiled doxie Henry would look great embroidered:)
ps-This is my first time commenting. I discovered your blog about a week ago and spent an entire evening going through your old posts. Love it!
Uh oh, I need (yes, need) an embroidered version of my dog, Cookie. And I don’t have a husband to say no! Off to etsy I go!
JEN RAMOS says
ADORABLE….this would look great framed! :))))))