Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Yo Yo quilt

Have you ever started a yo yo quilt and wondered if you would ever complete it in your lifetime?

I'm planning on finishing it someday, just not sure when that day will come.

Ok so I was tagged by the lovely and talented Leigh of Love Leigh Things...cheers Leigh, here goes.

7 random facts about me:

1) I am a native to California. Kinda random, definitely rare.

2) I love photography. My sidebar has some cool links to photographers, my favorite one is Eugene Lally. He taught me how to look through a camera when I was a very small kid and I remember him helping me set the focus distance on my manual camera when I was trying to photograph a pigeon. I have since graduated to photographing tiny bits of fabric. Thanks Dad.

3) I'm reading a book by Barbara Kingsolver right now, her work is very poetic.

4) Yesterday, my best friend Julie bought me bananas and milk to use for our 2 yr old's breakfast so I would not have to go out to the store. I'd be literally lost without this woman in my life.

5) I love bunny rabbits. As a kid, I always had one.

6) I just started a serious relationship with Google reader. It's the best blog reading tool I've run into so far, and I think that I'm in love.

7) My son came with me to the eye doctor the other day, and she gave him a little pencil for being such a good boy. I told him, "Say 'thank you', to the doctor, honey." He said, "Thank you Doctor Honey!"

4 comments:

Zegi said...

Wouldn't it be cool to make a yo-yo from every bit of fabric you use in every quilt you've ever done...and in the end have a history of your quilt-making? Of course, when to define the end, that is the problem...

Chara Michele said...

I don't think I would ever have the patience for a yo yo quilt! :)

Fun to read these little random things:) I use google reader too & absolutely love it (well at least most days:).

Leigh said...

Thank you for playing along and also for the compliment!

Loved your 7 randoms!

Sara said...

I don't know much about quilting... but what you have now is very beautiful! I'm sure the end product will be gorgeous as well. :)