Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Be Honest

this is my Be Honest block before the "be honest" lettering is added. also missing is a large butterscotch candy button which lays in her hand. french knot eyes. & as soon as i have enough courage. a "crayon stick" designed for fabric will be used to blush her cheeks.i couldn't help using a fav Robert Kaufman print for the money. i have used the money print before and just love it. over the years they have varied the print, but it is still available. one xmas i made zipper bags for the nephews. & recently a mat for my niece.

Jessica used lettering in this Be Attitudes book to add her daughters' names to the Tinkerbell quilts. a few more letters and they will be done.her girls are going to just love this personal touch. & doesn't it just make you just want to add your own name to everything.

6 comments:

Eileen said...

What a fun block! Do show it when she's got her blush. :-)

And I really love the words blogger gives us to type in for verification now. Used to be they weren't actually words, but now I think they are using words made up of either two real words, or syllables. This time I had to type "nopig" :-)

Fiesta said...

Karen those blocks are as cute as can be!

Tine said...

I love the block for your be attitudes quilt!

quilterpolly said...

I love your block. The money is great touch:) I get so nervous when I have to add blush...I have some faces that need it and haven't done it..can I send them your way...hehehe..I love the names added to the quilts have a happy thanksgiving:)

Linda said...

Love the personalization. Can't wait to see the finished work in person.

Melanie said...

Very pretty quilts. Your Be Honest blog is going to look so good! I hadn't seen that money print before. Thanks for the tip.

I have "loomopic" for my security word. I think it could be an adjective describing a sad toilet. :-)