Since the pix didn't load in the order I planned on, I will just go with the unplanned version, thus Khaos....because today's title was Kollages for Kids.
Above. Stitchery. I think I will call it Red.
Below. Fabrics...er....FABRICS would be more like it.
While working on Red, I decided I wanted some new scraps to add to the dwindling box. Novelties and such. So I perused Etsy and came across a bag being offered by Twisted Cedar. I have to say that I am super pleased! ALL top line fabrics, meaning better quality. ALL usable sizes. Some will get added to the I Spy box, but others will get used for my cloth collages, I guess you could call them. [They aren't quilts.] And there were even 2 white on white strips that I can use on the Daily Patch! I am chuffed. I am pleased. I am what I am.
AND she is here in WA state! Thank YOU Tina!
|Click to enlarge. Fourth pic to give size samples.|
The Daily Patches are up to 117. This is third of four panels.
Kollages for Kids. My granddaughters, except for our newest, Griffyn. I like to wait to spend time with the child as she grows, before putting something like this together.
|Avery the Artist|
|Devyn the Animal Whisperer|
|Lily the Cuddler|
|Megan the Independent|
|Rhiley the Sensitive One|
Boy, giving one word to each child is hard. Some children show right from the start some special 'trait'. Like Devyn, who is not the youngest anymore.
As soon as she could move around, she went to the animals.
Avery always wants to draw and color, always.
I will be sad if Lily decides to be less cuddly when she becomes a teen.
Megan has always zoomed through, I can never keep up with her.
Rhiley is shyer, and possibly empathic.
I love each and every one of them, even Griffyn who is new, but has no cloth yet. Well...besides the flannel blanket I embroidered her name on.