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Monday, June 29, 2009

Babette Update #2

Remember those lazy days of summer between school years?

Not having the responsibility of school is really agreeing with my oldest daughter, Elizabeth. She loves sleeping in a little later, puttering around the house, playing with her little sister and brother, and spending long afternoons and evenings with her crocheting. All this, of course, when she isn't working!

Here's a picture of the progress she has made so far on her Babette...


Babette Update #2She is so happy with how it is turning out, and even my husband commented on how much he likes it! I think what is keeping her interested in this project for so long is the frequent color changes, and the variety of block sizes for each section. She also has the incentive of wanting to have this complete before she begins her college career on September 2, so she just keeps plugging away a little bit each day.

Since she purchased the larger skeins of Red Heart yarn for this project, she will have lots leftover and is already planning what she will do with that. I'm guessing another afghan, but I'm not sure if she'll jump right into another Babette right away!

Happy Stitching!


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2 Comments:

  • Oh Elizabeth...it is just gorgeous! I love how the colors are coming out...I put mine aside to finish some other projects, but I'm going to have to get back to it! You are doing great! Enjoy your summer before you start College! I'm sure your Mom loves having you around!

    Hey Mary Grace...your daughter is certainly taking after you..must be so fun to do crafts together!
    God Bless You,
    Merry :)

    By Anonymous Merry Thornsburg, At June 29, 2009 at 5:41 PM  

  • Elizabeth, it is just beautiful, your Mom is so proud and you should be too!!!

    By Blogger Jane's Fabrics and Quilts, At June 29, 2009 at 6:33 PM  

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