Wednesday, 1 August 2007

More photos

I thought I should show you the finished pond but I'm afraid this is the best photo I could get. I had taken more but the camera has eaten them.

I also have some of the photos of my recent projects from my friend's camera, unfortunately Fred's cushion picture has been lost in the ether so I will have to ask his teacher next term if she will take a photo for me. We had a lovely letter from her yesterday to thank us for the things we had made.
This is our reception teacher's picture
I'm sure she thought all the children were "little angels" too!
The photo isn't great as I have had to crop it
as I had stitched a message to the teacher around the edges of the picture

This was Daisy's present for her teacher!

One of the part-finished squares for the patchwork baby's blanket a friend has commissioned

An un-ironed stitchery that a friend ordered months ago for her sister-in-laws birthday
she is used to things being late!


And a picture I made for my friend's son Ben from Anni Down's Family Gathering book. The blue inner border fabric is actually made up of strips of material from 3 of Ben's shirts - Lucy Locket recycling pockets again! And you can see my love of denim comes in here again although this isn't recycled.

Finally a picture of pretty Daisy at the seaside on Monday evening.

6 comments:

Yummers! said...

Lucy has returned! Yea!
You certainly have been missed. Sooooo good to have you back. Now blogland seems complete. Your daughter looks just like you in the picture.
Joni

est said...

yr patchworks are so wonderful!!! especially the one you made for the teacher. so thoughtful! :)

de vliegende koe said...

You have been busy! Good to see photos of your again!

piecemaker said...

Lucy,Where do you find the time? Do you ever sleep? The teachers presents are wonderful and will be cherished.xxxHelen

Monkee Maker said...

Please can you stop being so god-damned talented or I may just have to stop visiting.

Envy is a terrible thing.

(Wet dog. Definitely worse)

linda said...

I have been thinking lately about how to make little people using fabric for clothing - and here you've done it! Its so cute! I can't embroider so I thought I would just have little face-less people. You've done a nice job of that also. :o)