“My shop is dedicated to my great-grandmother Marjorie Ozetta, who taught me the foundations of knitting and crocheting when I was 10 years old. I would stay with her for weeks in the summer months, and we would wake up early to cook breakfast, watch movies, and curl up in her handmade quilts, crocheting. She always said, “Little Hailey, you can do anything.” … When she passed away in 200 … I wanted to keep her memory alive in some way, so I opened my shop.” — Hailey Smedley
Walt DisneyreadWard Greene's story, “Happy Dan, the Whistling Dog” in Cosmopolitan magazine in 1943 and eventually hired Greene to include the Dan character in the film during the pre-production stage. But Greene wrote and published an entirely new story “Lady and the Tramp; the Story of Two Dogs,” which became the source of the film.