Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Stitchin' in the Park

I went to a local park a couple of weeks ago with Michelle, Terry, Mia and Tabby for a free performance of Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well put on by MSU Billings. Naturally, I brought a handwork project to work on (my Bible verses quilt), and before I knew it, all four of the little kids from the blanket next to me were in my lap!

The little girl in the dark pink dress (I’m guessing she’s about 3 or 4 years old) kept trying to touch the sharp, pointy end of my needle as I stitched and she finally told me, "I know how to do that. Wanna see?" They were really sweet, curious kids. I wished I'd had small samples they could stitch on!


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  2. I just love to see small girls who show interest in stitching of any kind! These are our future wanting to get in on the ground floor. The picture shows how much they want to be a part of what you are doing and also shows their eagerness to learn. I love it!

  3. You're right, Shirlz. This is a connection to future generations. Stitching does that!


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