This is a first time post, rehashed from my post today over on Sew Q.Hope you don't mind a rehash? I'm too tired to thinking two posts in 24 hours ;-)
Following on from this post? The work is complete. What started off as a simple midget craft has turned into something bigger ::an act of love and generosity; a team effort; an idea taking shape, growing wings and being set free. But most of all I hope it was a lesson in action, that even the smallest amongst us should be listened to, supported, aided and guided and that even the smallest amongst us can produce great results.
The idea was from the boys,the centre panel is their work. I helped with the patchwork and cushion making somewhat, but the love? It's all theirs.
And they are somewhat proud of themselves even if I do say so myself. It's the type of pride you get when you see some beauty in your finished work and you think, "I made that". They keep looking at the cushions and smiling. And now they are almost ready to be shipped out to the
Other work around these parts:
This is something the midget likes to do whilst I am sewing - he cuts scraps of fabric, arranges them into something, draws a face (or wheels, or whatever) and asks me to sew it together. This is a crocodile.
Taking it a step further he is also immersed in applique right now too.
Also what you lovely people think of starting a group or forum over on Ravelry? Would be good to chart your granny square thing? (I can't crochet competently or else I'd love your join your crochet bee).