Sunday, January 16, 2011


My family is French-Canadian so this is our term of endearment for a grandmother. It is pronounced "mim-may." (And don't you go correcting me if you think different.)

These letters haven't been trimmed or sewn together yet. That lower case "m" needs a bit of T.L.C., which it may get.


Amy said...

I love it! no correcting here.

The Selvage Fairy said...

So is Paul's first letter effort going to make it into your quilt?

You could have all the members of your family make their own name.

Sharon said...

Ooo, I love seeing your "work in progress" shots. It helps to know what things look like before they're trimmed. I get discouraged that my letters don't look right and I tend to trim them too soon or too closely.

I love your accents! And I'm also studying how you made the M. I haven't done well with that one yet!

Clare said...

Love the way you've done the e's and the r.