Monday's child is fair of face...
Hm, maybe "happy" more than "fair." How about this face from the back?
That might be a face that only an orthodontist could love. At least it's fair to say that Monday's child will have a happy quilt, though:
Tuesday's child is full of grace...
She's posing on the back of her pink and aqua quilt!
Wednesday's child is full of...whoa!
She'll be riding this cute horse made by Carol:
And whoa! Is this the other end of that horse, or just an abstract design?
Thursday's child has far to go...
It's a good thing she'll have all these vehicles!
A few boats couldn't hurt, either, IMHO.
Friday's child is loving and giving...
How could she not be, with this block surrounded by love, and filled with her favorite things?
Also? Sleepy giraffe!
Saturday's child works for her living...
Maybe she works on a farm.
Maybe she wrangles horses with Wednesday's child.
Maybe she wrangles kittens instead. What a great job that would be!
And a child that's born on the Sabbath day, is fair and wise and good and gay.
That kind of sounds like Superman to me!
I hope you've enjoyed this poetic presentation of seven little quilts. They are mostly made from lotto blocks that were sewn by members of the Sunshine Online Guild or donated to me. Do you recognize any of your blocks?
Each finishes at 42"x42" and will be donated to Little Lambs as part of the Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge. Do you have a favorite?
And because I document all the backs of my pieces, here they are:
Have a great week!