My first foray into stained glass work was an angel. She really is quite pretty, but oh, she was fiddly. I can't find her right now as she is packed away with the Christmas decorations.
My next attempt was so much easier. I found this in a book I borrowed from the library. I made it for my husband, the avid gardener. This is called "The Potting Shed" and soon once again he will be down the backyard in his shed getting the seeds sown. Our geraniums are in the basement window. He has used cuttings for them since I was given one a few years ago. The blue gloves are mine! I don't garden, but I have a pair of gloves in case the once a summer mood strikes. Yes, that is a little ladybug button on the leaf. I know they are really good for gardens and I rather like the little critters.
The fabric I chose for the pots was absolutely perfect in colour, however as it had been pre-washed it tended to feather. I have trimmed on a few occasions with my fine tipped snips, but it just continues. Now, I only use fabric that hasn't seen the washer and dryer AND fabric with a high thread count.