Lynne's quilt has been hanging for a few months. There is a small entrance area in this house, then you turn the corner and bang! There is a cream wall with some quilts hanging. It is a talking point for all that enter our home. I get asked did I make it? Then I explain who made it and why and what the quote means. The circular flying geese quilt is one I made back for flickr DQS#7 and the one on the right was received from Kriszta in our KQI Swap. Three of my favourites in a row. There is so much wall space here I could hang more, but Daz is cautious of me banging too many holes in a house belonging to the Education Department!
Lynne's quilt also has the children talking. Milly got a bit upset the first few days after it was hung. She questioned me that would she miss out on the fun even though she followed the rules in the playground. I had to explain, no, it only applies to adults! The girls have been known to sit at the table over breakfast and test each other on the words. Grace, "Hey Milly, what does t h e spell?" Milly, "Easy! THE!! My turn, what does r u l e s spell?" Grace, "Rules!! My turn..." and on they go. Milly also has a habit of copying words around the house. One morning over the recent school holidays I woke to find she had done this. I was impressed, even the same sort of blocks Lynne's letters are sewn in.