Friday, 27 April 2012

Aussie Hero Gals

Still working on a name to call the Aussie Hero Sewers - really can't say that now without thinking of the other pronunciation and meaning of the word!  Here are some options - tell me what you think

Aussie Hero Gals,
Aussie Hero Divas,
Aussie Hero Darlings,
Aussie Hero Friends

My hubby and I sat in the car waiting for Fly Boy (number 1 twin) to come out from Youth Group tonight brain storming lots of names.  Not all of them were exactly helpful given his sense of humour and Pauline came up with a bunch too but her sense of humour is a bit like my hubby's so I picked out the possible ones from here and added them to the list.  I am still thinking about it - there must be something just perfect and catchy that we can use - please leave a comment if you have any suggestions or if you really like any of the above.

Now, let me introduce you to Craftsman Belvedere - he is set to be the littlest recipient we have ever had.  Very appropriately dressed he is in his armor plated jacket.   He is a red side necked turtle and it about 

He is only little as you can see and that is why he only needs a little quilt!  
I think that will be my project for this weekend - that and tidy up the mess that has become my dining room lately - fabric and blocks and stuff everywhere.  

Don't forget that the next Aussie Hero Sewing Day is on Monday.  Leave a comment if you can come!

Till next time...............keep spreading the word and happy stitching!

4 comments:

  1. My DH reckons he and I are going to be a pair of old codgers when he retires. So I wannabe a codger- oops I already am!

    Okay- what about Kylies- thats a good Aussie female name! I really wannabe her!

    Seriously, I like them all, I can be whoever you chose.

    I wonder how Belvedere's name was chosen...he's pretty cute for a turtle in his armour plated jacket- you are so funny! And why is he a Craftsman? I didn't realise crafters can join the forces...if crafting know-how and supplies can get you in, then I'm ready to go- just gotta pack it all up in a couple of suitcases! Macrame for men, here I come!

    Wish I could join you on Monday, I'll be there in spirit anyway, stitching away over here, and polishing up my macrame skills!

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  2. WOW the turtle is tiny...

    Friends is good because sometimes guys sew quilts.....

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  3. What about. Friends of Aussie Heros

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  4. Hi Jan-Maree

    How cute is that turtle??
    I think Aussie Hero Sewers works. That's what we are as we don't just quilt, we sew laundry bags. I do also like Christine's suggestion about friends of Aussie Heroes.
    Debra

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