Sharon, this blanket is going to provide so much fun for a child. Hide and seek letters, finding their name letters, scrunching up so letters show on top... Even I would have fun with this one.
They are all well worth waiting for Bev:))
Bravo for all that sewing on of appliques, it takes longer than making the squares!
Thanks Chris. :)) You are sooooo right. It was an experiment worth trying, I guess, but it sure took some time and my fingers were a little like pin cushions....lol.
I am seconding that bravo for your persistence in stitching all those tiny appliques. Your placements are just amazing! And all your series of these squares are so delightful. I can only imagine how the owner will be sharing the learning squares with many other look! see! kiddies.
Thanks Deborah. :)) I can be quite 'thingy' about symmetry, so in 9& 10 I tried to 'mess it up' a bit. Was ok with 9, not so happy with 10, but by then I was over the sewing, so left it as it is. :))