Thursday, February 17, 2005

Grandma's peace quilt


The spring before we left for Japan, my fourth grade students each took a letter of the alphabet and composed a slogan for a peace quilt. My Grandma lovingly sewed it all together for me and it now hangs proud in my classroom. My current students LOVE this quilt and constantly whine about not getting to make one too. Everybody else gets to do the "cool" stuff. Here are a few of my favorite squares.

George Bush could sure use a little of this advice.

This one is just a life lesson... Who is Hatrid?

I want this to be part of the new advertising campaign for the Minnesota Zoo.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, that is a cute quilt. I am really glad that you grandma was willing to put that together. I still feel guilty for begging off the project.

Ugly Juice said...

Cutie, cute cute!!!!!! I love it! I love Hatrid, such a sweet girl.

Anonymous said...

Hatrid is not sweet, Hatrid is not happy. Hatrid is a mean bitch under that smile, the Japanese know. Americans are fooled by Hatrid...sucked in.

emily said...

personally, i prefer "balls not bombs." kids say the darnedest things!

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