This little man is my youngest son. He's three, or, if you ask him how old he is, he's "big." And he's awesome. And a troublemaker.
He has the most adorable curls you ever saw. Curls that I have to cut because they get a tad unruly. But they keep growing back, and that keeps me happy.
He has a thing for my hair. Loves to play with it. If he's tired, he snuggles up against me and says, "I want your hair Mommy." So I take it out of a ponytail and he plays with it until he falls asleep.
Just a couple of weeks ago, I finished a quilt for my oldest son. Then my middle son claimed the Halloween quilt. Henry needed a quilt. Fortunately, I'd been working on this one and I was able to lay it out (he helped me) and get it together for him.
The pattern is Slideshow and the fabric is from a Busytown panel and FQ bundle. We love Richard Scarry around here, and this quilt is just perfect for my little man.
It's just waiting to be basted and quilted. Do you have difficulty getting things basted? I feel like the planets have to be aligned in order to get a quilt basted: clean floor, kids asleep and everything prepped and ready to go. See? It's easier to align the planets. I'm hoping to get this basted tonight so I can get it finished. I'll be backing it in green Minky and doing a scrappy binding.
In the meantime, I'm making another one for big brother (he can't keep the Halloween quilt all to himself!) and a super cute Christmas present for my nephew.
Oh, and still working on Weekender bags. And joining in on this fun:
I'm working on my bee plans, never fear. Please blame my law student. He's enlisted my typing skills and I'm spending quite a bit of my time working for him. All is well though - he pays in fabric!