Whew! Lots of randomness to share.
Mark and I continued his birthday celebration on the Central Coast of California over the weekend. We mostly hung out in the room, listening to the ocean and watching the waves. But I also did some sewing. Check out the brand of this thread. It is the first time I've used it. And there could be something fun coming up in the near future, and by that I mean a
McLintock's for dinner.Here's the thing about McLintock's. It's a rustic kind of place where you get excellent food. A lot of excellent food. This sign was on the wall close to our table, so it was obviously the right choice for my Minnesota farm boy.
Mark ordered steak and lobster. Hey--special birthday.
We started with an appetizer. Turkey nuts. Not sure what those are? Um....how do I describe turkey nuts? Let's just say we spent the first five years of our marriage in beef country. With western Kansas cattle, they were known as Rocky Mountain oysters. Still wondering? Email me...
My friend, Deborah, went to Joann's last week to get all the new Denyse Schmidt fabric. She bought 1/2 yard of each for us to share. This is how pretty it looked when she gave it to me today.
blog the other day, along with some other easy quilts.
So if you want to make something easy for someone going away to college,hurry up! Check these out.
Deborah and I went to Joann's today. How cool is this fabric I found in the Halloween section?! It really looks hand stamped, like someone did all these dots with a potato or something. And have you noticed that a lot of Joann's fabric is now $7.99+ and I found myself saying, "Wow, only $7.99!" Fabric prices are sure going up everywhere.
great tutorial by Mo Bedell on Sew Mama Sew. My plan was to use this cute fabric with all the music notes on it, and trim it with orange fabric. Yes, of course orange!
But then I found this. So now my design is undergoing revision. Results to be revealed next week.
obi Levi. So...which pair would you choose??