Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Doll Quilt by my little amateur photographers

A few weeks ago I found these pictures on the camera. I think my girls were inspired by my own attempts to take pictures of quilts outside and decided to try their own. I thought their finished products were pretty charming.
This is a little doll quilt I made with some left-over blocks after making my second daughter's baby quilt 7 years ago. It's one of the last quilts I hand quilted so, sadly, I don't really let her play with it. My grandchildren are going to see that quilt in it's glory! :) But the doll quilt gets dragged around a lot and is holding up nicely.
My favorite aspect of these pictures is that the girls took the quilt to our neighbors bridge - a place they think is very exotic and my kids' favorite place to play. (Fortunately our neighbors are very accommodating.) My second favorite aspect of these pictures is the nice foot model. lol.
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2 comments:

  1. That is too sweet! The foot made me giggle!

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  2. Little girls feet will be gone before you know it. How cute that they try and be like mom.

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