Friday, 27 March 2009

Story Telling Quilt




Ages ago, with inspiration from a blog I found whilst blog hopping, I started to make a Story Telling Quilt. Its great, because it uses up all the odds and ends from other projects. The idea is that you snuggle up and use the pictures on the quilt to make up your own story's. Its also brilliant for teaching colours, shapes, counting etc etc . I lost momentum and didnt finish it as I didnt have anyone to give this to. But this week - through my blog, I found the perfect person, so I whipped it out of the cupboard and completed it. I know that it is going to a good home. Hope you all have a great weekend - I have lots of walking planned - whatever the weather (its brass monkeys here at the moment!!) xxx

8 comments:

Shabby Chick said...

That is a gorgeous quilt! I'm sure whoever it's for will absolutely love it. What a brilliant idea.

Thanks so much for your comment, it has made me think. You're so right, perhaps our flaws aren't so bad after all. Your hubby sounds lovely!

Mel xxx

Debbie said...

Lovely quilt - I wish I had time to put some thought into making them - maybe one day - don't worry about approaching 50 - I climbed over the hill last year and hit 51 next week - as they say you are as old as you feel (or the man you feel if you will excuse the rudeness) which is a bit strange as mine is already 51 !! Sadly too much athleticism in his younger days has left him somewhat knackered now in the knee department - good job I am an old couch potato .........

summerfete said...

Hey glad you finished your quilt. whats next? LOL

Oh to be in St Ives!! Isnt Ayr campsite the best!! Especially the coast walk to town, which we sometimes do in the dark!!

Rosie said...

What a lovely quilt - loads of stories to be woven from it, I would think. Hope you enjoy your walking weekend:)

MarmaladeRose said...

Hello,
What a super idea for a quilt and what a lovely gift!
Would that be a picture of Wingham Wools on your previous post? And as for the sari yarn - I've never used it myself, but I have seen it knitted up as a bag and it looked lovely. Keep us informed as to what you decide to do with it.
Love Fi
ps. This will make you laugh - That was me and child #2 under the patchwork quilt! lol!

skippinginthemeadow said...

followed you over from Julia's blog. thought you sounded like a girl after my own heart. Judging by your blog we have lots in common, so am feeling quite chuffed that I've bumped in to you and found another place to have a good read.
Hope you are having a happy weekend
xx
Sumea

noelle said...

well, someones very lucky! nice quilt Diane. Hope you having a lovely weekend. It was raining here in St Ives yesterday, but today is quite nice again!! You'll be down here soon! noelle x

lazylol said...

Lovely quilt Diane, I'm sure the new owner will love it.