15 October, 2010

Lovely L

I wanted to photograph some blocks I've made for The Monster's new quilt. It's kind of hard to do that in this weather. And yes, I made my 2 year old hold that up.

In the spirit of Soule Mama's This Moment posts.

14 comments:

The Yummy Mummy said...

Everytime I see your quilting site, I am blown away by how talented you are.

Frankly, it's getting bad for my self esteem. if you could be less awesome, I could feel better about myself.

I adore your work. In the kitchen and the sewing room. Oh to have your talent!

Kim

pat sloan said...

yikes!!! I'm complaining my toe are cold in my sandals today!

Jenni said...

I'm not even going to try taking any pics outside this weekend. lol Wind was pushing my car around this morning.

Samantha said...

that's what 2 year olds are for... photo assistants.

Laurel H. said...

Yes, you absolutely must begin conditioning them as early as possible--at birth, even!

live a colorful life said...

She makes a great assistant!

snoring solutions said...

this fascinating.you did a great job.

Esch House Quilts said...

I bet she was thrilled to help!

Lee said...

yes but little ones love the snow, at least all the 3 & 4 year olds in my class did yesterday. The teachers were all grumbling about it!

HipHome said...

Loving the colors of that quilt in the works. And the scarf in your previous post...oh my. I love that.

Victoria said...

The lovely fabrics and piecing made me smile.
And the image of your sweet, hardworking 2 year old's fingers and toes, made me laugh! xo

sewkatiedid said...

Was it like two seconds before the sweet said they were tired? That's what my little man does.

amandajean said...

sing with me now....L is such a lovely letter, for words like Licorice, and lace, the letter L lights up your face...so la la la la laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa with me!

(please excuse me....i've been listening to way too much kids pandora lately.)

Tonya Ricucci said...

oh my, that is a HUGE L. Definitely much larger than any letters I've ever attempted. eeeeya!