Saturday, February 18, 2006


Baby Savannah with her new quilt. A friend of my DD adopted this baby girl from Guatamala in 2002. Savannah was just a few weeks old. She and her new Mommy live in Minneapolis, MN. This quilt is more of those darn Aunt Gracie fabrics..but my DD loves them and so do her friends. The reason you're getting scanned photo album pictures is that my camera is having tantrums again. Did you notice on the RR crossing how I've got that "creeping blackness" in the upper right corner again...grrrrrrrrr..just when you think it's safe to come out of the water....LOL Posted by Picasa

5 comments:

JudyL said...

Finn, what a precious baby and a wonderful quilt. I say I don't like the Aunt Gracie fabs and have never worked with them but I just love quilts made with them.

Judy L.

Tropical Screamer said...

What a great quilt and what a lucky little girl.

I'm so glad you're eye is improving and that you get to stay home and quilt today. I joked about it being cold here, but your weather is -really- cold. I'd have to hibernate until Spring.

Hugs and warmth.
Darilyn

quiltpixie said...

Great news about your eye! It must be seriously improved if you've got two weeks until you go back...

Sandra said...

Such a pretty quilt and baby! Glad your eye is getting better too :-) I'm not a huge fan of 1930's but this quilt is so sweet.

Dawn said...

Well I think the quilt and Savannah are adorable! :)