Sunday, October 07, 2007

A Few More Places


Elmira, NY (8th grade), Hebron, ME (first teaching job), Berlin (study abroad)

Making these places is just too much fun - although the longer place names are still ahead of me. I'd love to find some map fabric for the back. I so wish I had a three-day weekend this weekend. (Too bad Columbus didn't "discover" Finland.)

13 comments:

de vliegende koe said...

Can’t wait to see all the names put together in a quilt!

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

looks fabulous. wow, it's a lot colder there today than it is here. We've got sun and it's fabulous. take a look at equilter - lots of fun map and travel fabric:

http://www.equilter.com/cgi-bin/webc.cgi/st_main.html?catid=111&sid=31U9Hz1kyHIcCsi-20107276363.59

Quilt Pixie said...

maybe Canada could take you in -- we have a long weekend this weekend for thanksgiving....

Katie said...

Great letters and words. Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy.

Clare said...

Magnificent letters. I've seen map fabric on my internet travels, but can't remember where.

Lily said...

Your first teaching job was in Hebron? Wow. Do tell!

Like Tonya, the first place I headed for map fabric was equilter!

http://www.equilter.com/cgi-bin/webc.cgi/st_prod.html?p_prodid=76651&sid=31U9Hz1kyJgD1Z9-54107264728.0b

Libby said...

What a fun project. My map fabric search began with Google - here's my contribution *s*
http://www.ethelbird.com/home.php?cat=444

amandajean said...

your little words are incredible! you are doing a great job on these.

Tracey in CT said...

I have a world map panel...you want it? I'll be happy to send it to you for your quilt.

Samantha said...

This is going to be such a fabulous quilt!!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

These are looking great, well done, good luck with the map fabric, have you googled it? Tracey

jmbmommy said...

I really like your work...I too am being wooed by the small fast-ness of the tiny project. What fun, great pictures.

Guðrún said...

It would be great to see the places you have done together, can´t you do that just to show us what it might look when you put them together??