Sunday, December 9, 2012

Easy Street #3

I got to help my grandson make a 3-D model of a plant cell today.  I learned parts that I will never need to know and it was fun finding items that would look like ribosomes, vacuole, chloroplasts, golgi apparatus, etc.  When we were all finished making and cleaning up the mess, there was not much time left over for sewing, but I managed to get a bakers dozen of these little units finished before it was time to call it a day.  I guess I do have one thing that is a priority above and beyond quilting.  No...... it is not plant cell models!  It is my grandson!!!
This is the 3-D plant cell model we were working on.  The assignment is due today!


  1. I remember some of those terms from 8th grade biology :)

    Your Easy Street looks great as a zig zag!

  2. I love your proposed layout. I might have to make more blocks just to make a (doll?) quilt with that layout!

  3. I like how you arranged your blocks. It's interesting all the differnt arrangements I see on link-up.

  4. The colors of Bonnie's Easy Street were so riveting that nearly all the quilters I'm seeing have used too. There are a few interesting choices out there, but I'm thrilled with my decision to just as Bonnie. Enjoy your grandson, precious moments I'm sure. Sandi

  5. Your patches look fantastic. Clue 4 is nearly here – woo hoo!