Monday, December 24, 2012

Feeling good!

 We had Christmas a little early here since Nicky and her family were heading out to the in-laws for a few days.  Little Man Gavin decided he liked his new play seat but chewing on his fingers was first priority.
 Little Lady Ellie loves her new Doc McStuffins doll.  She watches it on TV every day and was quite delighted to have the doll for her very own.
 Finished this quilt top.  You know how when you take a picture of a quilt you can see what you can't see when you are sewing it together???  Well...look at all the yellow congregated together.  How does that happen?  Oh well.  I love it and so will the nice young man who will receive it.
I don't know about you but when I'm working on a quilt sometimes I look at it and think it won't turn out at all.  This is the start of a Twister quilt in batik fabrics.  I don't like it!  However, I started cutting and sewing and now I love it.  Will probably work on it some more tomorrow and then will show you how great it looks now.  I do like seeing the transformation from boring blocks to spectacular quilt.

Happy Quilting and Merry Christmas!               Lynda


Oops-Lah said...

Your grand kids are so adorable. One wishes to freeze time, don't you agree?
I can't see anything wrong with the colours in your quilt. It's lovely! And isn't it amazing how the twister can change the initial quilt. I must make another one soon.
Happy Christmas my friend!

Auntie Em said...

Christmas is so much fun when celebrated with little ones. Your grandchildren are adorable.