I hung it out on my porch to take a picture... drum roll, please..
HERE IT IS!!!
All in all, I am pretty happy with it. I posted this picture on Facebook so that that the ladies in charge of the raffle could see that it is done and quit worrying.
Oh, my goodness! Sixty two 'likes' and 42 comments so far, and I just posted it yesterday. That may not seem like much, but I was (and am) overwhelmed with gratitude that everyone likes it!
Now the only thing I have to do is put a label on it. I tried using the freezer paper method of printing a label, but my printer ate the fabric off the freezer paper and ended up with major heartburn. After I got it working again, I trotted off to Joann Fabrics to pick up some of the fabric sheets that are INTENDED to be put through the printer. Then, of course, my printer ran out of red ink. <sigh> I grabbed some colored pencils and colored in the part that is supposed to be red, and it looks pretty good. I ironed it to set the dye into the fabric, and I think it will be OK. But the problem I have now is that I feel that the label feels like cardboard, and I'm not sure I want to use it. I bought the June Tailor brand because it said that it is color fast. If you have any recommendations for other brands or other ways to print a label, please let me know!