Baby Fox Edward Fun Stuff

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  1. JOY says:

    This is a super sweet quilt for a super sweet little one. Thank-you so much for stopping by my blog and leave such a sweet comment about my memory quilt. I have heard the bride to be is already using it.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Joy! I am so glad to hear the bride loves the quilt. How could she not?! Love from her grandpas and you – that’s a winning combo. That you so much for your comment and stopping by! Please come again. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. sewtonya says:

    oh my gosh! Stop! how did you do the “I really Love you”? I’m guessing no pattern that you did this yourself?? I have my associates degree in Deaf Studies.

    • sewtonya says:

      Also, I love everything else that was made too! I got too excited and posted my comment before I was really truly finished. That happens a lot. haha

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Tonya! Get out of town!! His mom was born deaf, so Sue and I have been exposed for 30 years or so. It is my favorite sign, and Sue is a first grade teacher with many books showing the signs. We just traced over one of those, outlined it with a cross stitch. Boom. Done. ~smile~ Roseanne

      • sewtonya says:

        I will have to get a book out sometime and see if I can do it 🙃 thank you!

      • Roseanne says:

        I am 100% sure you can!! It’s a cinch – really! If your fabric is too heavy to see the lines through it, hold it up to a window or if you have a light box – either will work.

  3. Pam says:

    That is one gorgeous baby! Adorable! Cute wall hanging! My girls taught there kids sign language too, it is wonderful to communicate before words come in.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Pam! I am biased, but I can be – he’s not mine. I think he is just beautiful – that complexion is perfect. Mom and baby are doing so well too – she was born deaf so it is just natural to the kids. ~smile~ Roseanne

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