Sunday, May 29, 2016

Beautiful Faces

 Thanks so much for all the encouraging words on embroidering a face. I used the same type of yarn, Encore, in purple to match the ears. I think it came out quite well.
I got the face embroidered fairly quickly by just making it up as I went, but I was stumped for days on how to secure the ends. Luckily I had used a very long piece of yarn so I was able to pull it to the back and make a tail!
 And here is an even cuter face: Toddler M with her new toy.
Her birthday party was Friday night and it was quite the celebration. It's hard to believe it's been a year since she was born. She has many, many "grandmas" because most of my friends don't have grandchildren yet. Lucky little girl! And lucky us for have her to enjoy.

9 comments:

  1. He has a gorgeous face and, of course, the most important thing is that she seems to be enjoying him. You can never have too many grandma's!

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  2. Such a sweet faced monster! Congratulations on getting through the fear of doing it. She looks quite pleased with her new toy.

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  3. She is adorable and so is that stuffed monster.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  4. oh that toy is the cutest!! you outdid yourself :) She is a sweetie!

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  5. Well done!!!! Who wouldn't want a pink monster stuffy?

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  6. You scored! A perfect face and Little Miss loves it already!

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  7. Awwwwwwwwwww...such sweetness. Looks like she loves her new little kitty doll.

    You did a great job with the face (and tail)!

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  8. That toy has a perfect face and perfect tail. NICE NICE finish!!! Darling girl

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  9. Well done, and what a sweet caretaker you found to enjoy the Huggable you made for her :) xx

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