October 28, 2011

Spiderwebs

This kid loves/is terrified of spiders and spiderwebs. She can always spot even the tiniest spiderweb. Lately she's taken to drawing families of spiders. The mama spider is always the smallest. What does that mean?

Pyschoanalysis aside, today I put the binding on a little Halloween tabletopper, just in the nick of time.

I thought it would be cool not to stitch a spider on it, and instead place a little toy spider on top of it. But the little miss was ever-so-distressed at the thought of a spider-less spiderweb. So, with her on my lap, we added one together.

I hope you are having some Halloween fun too!

14 comments:

KatieQ said...

I love you web and the sweet spider that lives in it. What a fun way to get into the mood for Halloween.

Natasha said...

Love this, especially the little spider off to the side. Wonderful.

Rachel said...

Very cute. I may just have to copy your web-design for a seasonal touch on my Halloween quilt.

Cherry Red Quilter said...

just love this - very cute!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Love the spider and the web. I may have to steal your idea and add it to my spiderwebs on my own table runner.

Deborah said...

Our younger daughter also had a big problem with spiders - and she still does not like them. But, by chance, we found that looking at bug books actually helped. She has become really good at identify bugs and other animals now.

Betty Crocker Ass said...

Amelia's waaay into spiders too. This does not please me... :-)

Michele said...

Oh my gosh, that is amazing!

Cheryll said...

Ohhh so scary!
Happy Halloween... well almost! :)

Cal said...

Love this!

Sarah Craig said...

That is absolutely adorable, Christina! Great work!! And I love the little spider....

Suzanne said...

It's a striking design, Christina! That's a spider I can handle.

Keren Duchan said...

great spider web design!

Mama Pea said...

Love this! I did some spiderweb quilting lately, too!

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