Saturday, February 14, 2009

JONAH AND SOME STITCHERIES

I had to show off Jonah a little.  He is getting cuter every day!!
I have finished stitching all the Noah's Ark BOMs and just have to get them stitched together, put on a border, layer and bind it.  I haven't decided on the border yet.
This is the second BOM from Gail Pan Designs.  I haven't put the borders on the blocks yet.  I'm waiting to see what comes next.  I have to think about these things a while, don't you know.  Hee Hee!
I've been working on many things and will try to post some pictures in the next couple days.  Hope you had a great Valentine's Day!

5 comments:

a good yarn said...

What a cutie! The Noah's Ark blocks look fantastic. Gail's design is delightful. She is such a talented designer.

Happy Stitching...Ann :)

Teresa said...

Your heirloom quilt is simply amazing, both in the quilt itself and the story behind it. What a treasure to have and hold on to. You are making good progress on all your projects WTG.

Thimbleanna said...

Jonah sure is a cutie! Great BOM's too!

Karen said...

Hi Ruth!
I want to thank you for visiting my Blog - and our home will be in the next issue of CS - so be watching for it!

I read through all your posts on this page and I am amazed at the quilts you get out! Oh, and the one for your Son/wife is just beautiful

And your grandson is just adorable. He looks close to the age of our little grandson. How old is he?

And I see you have been married the same number of years as we have and we also have 3 sons. But just had our 5th grandchild.

Karen

Martha said...

Hi, thanks for stopping by to "visit"! My Raggedy Ann doll's hair is a thicker cotton yarn, I made her a long time ago, she is my own design. Her face is painted on. I would not paint a face if giving the doll to a child. Speaking of which, your little grandson is too precious, what a cuter. I love your quilt, you are very talented and I love the heirloom quilt, what a special thing to own.

Martha