"It takes ages to finish a quilt you're not working on!"

Thursday, December 13, 2007

The Indian is framed and home!


I didn't wait for Ken's birthday or Christmas to give this to him. It was never intended for that purpose; I just kept stirring him up over the years by telling him he might get the Indian for his next birthday, etc. It is sitting on the floor in this pic because it was the only place I could get a photo without the flash reflecting off the glass (even though it is non-reflective glass). Ken has been busy since he got home from work, trying it out in different spots around the lounge room. I'm just glad it's all over!

6 comments:

The Lone Beader said...

What a wonderful gift!! It looks great!

Pear tree cottage! said...

now I am sure it brings back all those memories of days when running around the hills! clothes line playing cowboys and indians was so much fun for a little boy! does it Ken??

Gina it is lovely! and yes I am sure you are pleased that is the end of that HUGE! project (well done to you!)

see you tomorrow.
Lee-ann

Miss Eagle said...

Be-yoot-iful! Any chance of bringing it with you on Thursday?

Blessings and bliss

Sharon said...

Wonderful Gina... I think that the Indian was one of the things I remember about our first meeting - what was it - about six years ago... LOL was it really that long ago... It makes me realise how quickly the time has gone... Have you thought about writing a little history of it for future times... I am always fasinated to know 'the story behind the stitching'.. You and Ken take care now... S

Meow (aka Connie) said...

Oh Gina, that is beautiful, great job ... wish I had the patience !!
Take care, Meow

Chelle said...

Hurrah for you, Gina! Congrats on getting the project finished. He looks beautiful framed! The colors are amazing.