Back in March, our county enacted a stay-at-home order. While at first this was a hard thing to process and accept, we made the most of it.
We had a large amount of scrap fabric, which I impulsively started cutting into six-inch squares. My plan was to make a quilt. Of course Lydia was very interested in this project, and I eventually handed the reigns over to her. We had many curbside pickup orders at JoAnn Fabrics and also went “shopping” in my mother-in-law’s sewing room for various supplies. It was hours and hours of work, but Lydia finally completed a full-size quilt for her bed.
Lydia’s other big project for this season was a set of Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls.
These were a real labor of love for Lydia. She worked and worked on so many special little details.
Lydia says these dolls are not just a project. They feel like her little friends. ❤️
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Well done, Lydia.
I’m convinced that Lydia can do anything. Beautifully. And I can see it brings joy.