Thursday, 12 July 2012

TGIFF! - Growing Up Is Easy To Do

It's TGIFF! time. Yay! First off, I seem to be having some issues today with Blogger and the text wrapping feature so sorry for the extra white space all over the place. As I mentioned on Wednesday, I made a growth chart for my niece Sophie this week. This time I went a little more modern. And white. Gasp! 
When I shared my boys' growth charts back in May, I offered to put together a tutorial if folks were interested. You were. Yay!

I documented the process with Sophie's growth chart and I'll share the tutorial as part of the Let's Get Acquainted Blog Hop. This blog hop, organized by Beth of Plum and June is a fun way to meet bloggers who started in 2011 and 2012. So many great new blogs and awesome tutorials to check out. My day on the blog hop is July 31 and I'll be sharing the details on how I made it then. 

I'm very happy to say that my niece and sister love it. Phew! And, I was actually able to finish it and deliver it to my niece without bleeding on it in some freak quilting accident or spilling something on it. That alone deserves some celebrating, don't you think?


Happy Friday!

17 comments:

  1. Looks GREAT!!! i love it :)

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  2. Gorgeous! I love the colors on this one!

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  3. I did finish a bag for my daughter's birthday...not quilting though.
    Friday evening I am taking what I have deemed the "stupid quilt" to sit n' sew at the quilt shop. Still wondering if I am ever going to get this one done, hence my name for it.

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  4. How beautiful!! Circles... scared of them! Are they appliqued?

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  5. Olá,eu estava mesmo esperando por este tutorial,me lembro que gostei dos outros.Você é maravilhosa,um dia desses falei com minha filha que a moça do Canadá prometeu fazer e me enviou um E-mail.Vou esperar,obrigada.

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  6. This is beautiful! I'm looking forward to the tute :)

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  7. Gorgeous! What a fabulous idea. :)

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  8. I love your height chart MR Such a good idea!!!

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  9. It's lovely, a great idea and wonderful execution, the quilting is beautiful!

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  10. oh! I like the bubbles on this chart!

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  11. Those growth charts put our pencil and pen markings on the door jam to shame! Very cool!

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  12. Another perfect growth chart! I love the gradation in the sphere colours, just like bubbles getting lighter they further they go up

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  13. That growth chart looks great - excited for your tutorial!

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  14. Looks great. The color gradient and circle placement are spot on. Good job. I think everyone needs a crafty aunt.

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  15. What a terrific growth chart! The fabulous thing about this is that it can be taken everywhere the family lives instead of being lost in a move.

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  16. Love it! So modern and can hang as a piece of art work in her room too. Love it... Love it...Love it!

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