Monday, July 20, 2009

Auntie Camp.....Auntie Style

Auntie Camp is long over and I have finally recovered. It seems I'm not 25 anymore. Here is Cheergirl learning to quilt. Yes, she is capable of matching clothing as well as a quilt! For some reason she is wearing her pj top with her shorts!! LOL. I let her loose on my 5" squares and she assembled, arranged and sewed.

I set her machine up across from me so this was the view from my sewing machine.



Her first seam!!



The final quilt. It is finished and bound. I am delivering it to her this weekend. I am off to visit with my family. Next post...the quilting on this quilt. I had a ball just trying out different quilting techniques.










6 comments:

Joyce said...

I think it is so important to get kids sewing and quilting. I find it sad that so many quilters are grandmothers and so few are granddaughters. Good for you for passing it on.

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

Congrats to your niece for sewing up such a nice quilt!

Anonymous said...

The quilt looks great!! I swear I have tried to teach Cheergirl to match her tops to her bottoms!!! Well it makes for a priceless picture!

Ian said...

I love Cheergirl's outfit! Comfort first and foremost. :) And from the looks of her quilt, she is fabulous with color.

I have taught each of my 3 older granddaughters to use the machine, let them pick fabric and sew with supervision. Seeing this makes my heart sing. Thanks for sharing.

Judy said...

Whoops, Ian's comment was my comment. I forgot DGS was using the computer. :)

Hunny Bunny said...

What a wonderful job she did! It looks like aunty camp was an overwhelming success. Not only did you make a quilt, but that was truly making a wonderful memory.

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