So let's try putting up Dad's River Dreams Quilt that disappeared yesterday:
Well, that seems to have worked...I think.
So, let's add a couple of kids' quilts I've made over the years. Here's an I Spy for my grandkids. Can you see that I added their names, as a crossword puzzle, among the I Spy squares?
Well, by gum! That seems to have worked, too...thanks, Tonya! Shall we go for a trifecta here? How about a little bluework quilt I did for my nephew. I found on-line coloring book images, printed them out and traced them on white fabric, then embroidered them in blue, setting them in stars afterward. I liked the result, and so did he:
I'm on a roll now! What about one that was WAY outside my comfort zone. I'm not an orange person, but a friend in France had a baby girl. Mom loved orange and lime green, so I challenged myself to design a quilt she might like. Here's the result:
Well, awwwwright! Let's quit while I'm ahead, for today.
I'm off this afternoon to a fun get-together. In another life, I was a professional ballet dancer. My former ballet company is having a reunion this afternoon, at our old rehearsal studio. Haven't seen some of these dancers for years...this should be a lot of fun! Will report more tomorrow.