Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Happy St. Pattys

Here is some green for my St. Patrick's Day post. A little in my GD Mia's finished quilt...yeah!
She finished it at her last class on Friday. I was so proud of her. She perseveres and finishes whatever she starts. I sure hope that continues in her life. She will be so much happier. I am so excited that she enjoys the needle and thread, whether it be in a machine or in her hand. Great job, sweetie!


This next picture is her finishing up the binding...almost done.
Concentrating on measuring and folding her binding....she really enjoyed her teacher. Laurie was a very gentle and laid-back person. A lot of patience!




9 comments:

AmyB said...

Awww, Mooey...She's such a darn patient and mature little girl!! Thank you for being such an awesome Grandma!! ;-)

Connie W said...

Mia is so precious and seeing her sewing and making her quilt is so sweet. You are Mia remind me of my GD Abby and me sewing together.
We are lucky Grammies. :D

Jennifer said...

Mia has done a great job, no wonder you are so proud of her!

Miss 376 said...

She has done so well, a marvelous achievement

Terry said...

Congratulations Mia! What a great accomplishment for her! :0)

Linda said...

Wow congrats to Mia. You must be so proud grandma!! Linda

Sara said...

Great job Mia! Your first finish! WOO HOO!!!
You must be proud of her Sandy! She did wonderful!

Vintage Sandy said...

Gosh o gee you both should be so proud of yourselves Mia your quilt is beautiful I love the fabric "GOOD JOB"

Bec said...

Hi Sandy! What sort of Husqvarna machine is your grandaughter using? I have my dd7yrs old using my 11 yr old Lily 530; but would love to get her a newer machine in the next few years. It is fabulous to see younger children sewing, not enough of it happens these days.
Bec xxx