Tuesday, August 30, 2011

That's one pasty midwesterner...it just looks like three...

Boxer Rebellion took a giant step forward tonight...and Mr. Fabric Therapy is still speaking to me (bonus!).  Ola helped me with my skin tone dilemma earlier in the day.  Yep...that's his color, alright...(how does she know so much about my husband's skin tone?!?  Hmmm...).
He went from the drawing board to the freezer paper/glue stick prep stage tonight.  His head is about the size of a Barbie doll head...minus the hair (as if depicting him without his boxers wasn't humiliating enough...).
"It's ALIVE!!!"  Now I know what the creators of "South Park" must feel like, playing around with their little construction paper cut-outs of the TV show characters (he does sort of resemble Mr. Garrison...uh-oh, Mr. F. T.'s not going to appreciate THAT one...).  I need to settle on background fabric, hand applique and do the embroidery embellishments.
Oh, let the economy slide into oblivion...fun things are happening in the quilt cave...but for now, must - go - to - BED, zzzz.

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)

14 comments:

  1. Three would be much better than one. One to garden, one to go to work and one to woo you. Life'd be perfect then

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  2. This is going to be one cool ass (sorry) quilt

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  3. What a great idea for a quilt. I can't wait to see more of this !!

    And the economy is certainly sliding into oblivion, that's for sure :/

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  4. Yeah, what Glenn said! I love that you are sharing all of this with us. It's great to watch it all come together. Can't wait to see what's next. :)

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  5. love it ! his arm and hand gestures are wonderful.
    Girl, how do you stay up that late?
    lol

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  6. Too Too Funny!! If it were my Bob the fabric would be pure white except for the "farmer tan" areas LOL

    Crispy

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  7. This is so much fun to see the evolution of the hubby! My hubby has a similar hairstyle, but less hair and very gray.
    Beckie in Brentwood, TN

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  8. I can't wait to see this one finished :o)

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  9. How fun and you did a fabulous job. Now if I could clone for real, could I cope with three of them?

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  10. Sooo cute! Can't wait to see the next step.

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  11. It appears you are having lots of fun with this project!

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