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October 09, 2008


Amy @ parkcitygirl

How fun! It looks great :) I'm the same way - never looking for another project but they tend to find me. . . keeps it real!


That is so cute! Whoever did the B is for Bluebird block did a great job! The blue and red is a great combo.


Great idea!
My fifth grade class did something similar, and I still have fond memories of creating with my classmates.


Another beauty...hey, I saw you on Sew Mama Sew as well! Congrats lady! You deserve it with all that cute monster stuff you had going on!

Carrie G

Adorable...who gets it at the end of the year? Great idea. You are always coming up with great ideas.


Lovely. I shall add that to my list of projects - the fabric marker on white fabric that is. Quilting is far beyond me at the moment, lol.


Very cute! My daughter's preschool teacher has got me on her list to help out with their annual class quilt project. I love your idea!

Paper Dolls for Boys

" I believe the teachers asked them to draw a picture of themselves."

I laughed really hard at that line. I don't know if you meant it to be funny but thank you for cracking me up!

Those teachers must love you. Well done!

sandi a.

That is so cute. Several years ago I sewed together blocks drawn by students whose teacher was ill and it turned out to be a very welcome gift for that teacher. The kids loved drawing the pictures and I used the same layout that you did. Only difference was that I backed it with fleece for softness (didn't use any batting) and two mothers in the class then "tied" it with yarn.


What a great thing for them to be able to have in their classroom! It turned out great!

Just Jenn

How adorable. Love the color combo's. =)


Wow! You are officially super mom:)..........you said you volunteered yourself? I admire that. I just discovered your blog, it's lovely:)


Oh that's cute!


Ooo this is very nice. I got "recruited" to make a class quilt for our preschool auction--what size are your white squares? Thanks!!

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