Sunday, February 14, 2010

My Progress

Well it's Sunday evening and I need to quit and start dinner. I got more accomplished than I thought I would.

Thank you Judy for another great Quiltathon. Here's what I got done. What do you think?

Sue from Alderwood has a Giveaway!

Check out Sue's blog. She has a Giveaway. She'll be drawing the lucky winner March 1.

Quiltathon Update

I finally managed to get some quilting done. YEAH! I've been working on Judy L's "Out of the Bag" quilt. Here's what mine looks like so far. I need to root through my stash and see if I have enough for the backgroud. I usually only buy yard cuts.

See what everyone else has been doing.

For dinner last night we had stuffed peppers, asparagus, artisan bread, pickled beets. It was wonderful.

My camera doesn't do justice for the colors on the plate.

Saturday, February 13, 2010


I really really want to participate this weekend in Judy L Quiltathon. Seems like everything has come before quilting lately. I really MISS it. I'am going to work on one of Judy's stash projects. It will look something like her Out of the Bag quilt when I get finished. I didn't have enough light value fabrics so I had to breakdown and buy some. Wish me luck that I don't get sidetracked today.

I also have a practice quilt on the frame to practice feathers. I've been practicing alot on paper and on my whiteboard.

I have dinner ready. Stuffed Green Peppers from the garden last summer with fresh asparagus and some Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. I've been making this bread for only about 3 weeks now. We love it. I can pull off a chunk for one meal and not have any leftovers. This is a good thing. It doesn't get stale, dry or moldy. AND we don't overindulge our waistlines. I looked for this book at a major brick and mortar store and found it was almost $11 more. I decided to wait for the shipping and save my money. We made pizza last night from it (didn't get a picture fast enough). I'll definately be making that more.