Wordless Wednesday: Elizabeth’s First Sewing Project

[I know this is supposed to be wordless, but I want to mention two quick things. One, Elizabeth seriously didn’t even know how to sew when we started this thing, and by the end she was doing it all on her own; and two, we didn’t have any sort of pattern to go by so we had to make it up as we went along, and Elizabeth is a freaking genius when it comes to artistic improvisation. That is all.]

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6 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Elizabeth’s First Sewing Project

  1. Danielle

    Wow! Awesome work.

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  2. pastor bill

    reminds me of gumby.

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  3. Debora

    Dani — she did an amazing job, didn’t she? I’m very impressed.

    Pastor — it’s Espio the Chameleon. You can see a picture of him here: http://sonic.sega.jp/SonicChannel/chara/espio/image/fig_espio.gif

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  4. Jera

    I’d love to see her rendition of a chupacabra – I think she’d be able to come up with an awesome version. 🙂

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  5. Michelle

    I recognized the character from that picture that she carries around at School in that frame that she loves.
    Tell Elizabeth I said hello and I already miss seeing her every day. And I am highly impressed by her sewing job. I’m not surprised but yet I am impressed. Everything that Elizabeth tries, turns out fantastic. One smart “tough cookie” that girl is.

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  6. Elizabeth Silkotch

    Dani- Thanks! I’m Glad you love it! My mom helped me with some of it, but I eventually got the hang of it! 🙂

    Pastor- Gumby?

    Jera- I don’t know if I can make a chupacabra… I’ll try though, but I think I’ll put off sewing for a while.

    Michelle- Hi! I miss you too! I’m glad that you love my artwork. God gave us all some very cool gifts!

    I like to carry that doll around like Andy did with Woody in the Original Toy Story Movie. Have any of you seen it btw?

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