HaHa!!This is the first time I've ever been FIRST on comments!!
What a gorgeous hippo.
adorable hippo, I am sure it will bring many happy cuddly moments for the recipient Ann Flowersflowerscrazyq@gmail.com
CUTE Hippo.Last night's sew in used up 1 pkg Moda turnovers, 1.5 meters mottled fabric, 1 meter border fabric and about 2.5 meters backing fabric. Not only that, the backing and the batting (pre-quilted fabric) (ugly!) is from a stash-busting sale so it cost me next to nothing. Cost for twin size quilt - $26.00 SCORE!
Love the Hippo, I hope to get back on track with the Sew-In next month, things have been just a little crazy getting ready for winter!
Lucky baby to be receiving such a cheeky looking hippo. Sounds like your creative genius was in full flight Heidi.I'm trying to decide how to decide how many blogs I can have a peek at this month- that list was HUGE!
You certainly achieved more than I did for my 4 hours. If you want a laugh jump over to my blog for a peek
Really cute Hippo - hope you enjoyed the baby shower x
Aww that hippo is so cute! Thanks for hosting the FNSI. I worked all day yesterday and was motivated to finish one of my UFO's b/c of it. Normally I probably would've just vegged out and pretended my UFOs didn't exist, lol.
Cute hippo! Ya done good.
He is so cute. Softies are such fun.
Finally got my post up. The hippo is too cute. Thanks for sharing and for sponsoring this fun time each month.
Cute hippo! I messed up my days so I did my FNSI last night (Saturday here) but haven't taken a photo yet so you can skip visiting me and I'll be more organised next time :(.
So cute! I'm sure he will be much loved.Can you believe I didn't click that it was the 15th till late in the night and had to miss out. :(I promise to be organized for November. :)
how sweet is that, he will put a smile of someones face, I finished up a raggedy AnnHelen
That looks like one cute and cuddly hippo. well done.Thanks for hosting. Very slow crafting on my part - no yardage used!
Oh I love the hippo! That is so cute. I had a ball doing the FNSI with you all. I embroidered last night and today I have sewn some burp cloths. Thanks for the inspiration.
my sewing report is postedhttp://abis-scrapsoflife.blogspot.com/2010/10/sewing-report.html
Love him. He's about 100 times bigger then my FNSI project.
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