It's been awhile since offering a "One Day". There are 3 charm packs of "Civil War Anthem" by Barbara Brackman & Terry Clothier Thompson.
Here is a Small Quilt I made from a charm pack of the same fabrics a few months back (with some added lighter fabrics):
Update on Bailey's vet visit yesterday: Picture of the area that has been stitched 3 times with no luck. This is where the bigger tumor was extracted. You can literally put your big finger in the gaping hole.
Vet removed the torn sutures from around the area, cleaned and sterilized the area with Chlorhexadine - and made it a "cleaner" looking area.
What has to be done at home: Daily cleaning with Chlorhexadine liquid (available without prescription at any pharmacy). I literally pore the Chlorhexadine right in the cavity, even using a Qtip in and around the wound. Then actually rub the area with sterile gauze to "upset", or "rough up", the area into wanting to grow new cells to form a new skin covering. This procedure is called "Granulation" healing. It's what they do quite often when healing troublesome areas. It is not uncommon, infact our son in nursing school, learned about this healing technique his first semester. He knew exactly what the vet was talking about. Keeping the wound covered is essential after daily cleaning. Bailey still cannot do our long walks until she's completely healed which can take up to 8 weeks. Bailey will get all the other sutures removed next Monday.