Doesn't he look evil!
This is Tundra staking his claim to Middleman's "school" satchel.
Keeping it real here with homeschooling stuff out.
Doesn't everyone let their cat hang out on their table?
Jen gave me a great name for the vintage and modern fabric quilt I just finished.
The Starflower Quilt.
Thanks Jen! Our family has been enjoying it in our family room while we watch movies!
This week saw me picking out fabric and beginning to put together three more "Useful Baskets".
A mom at co-op asked for two to be made. One with any colors I liked.
I like these!
She wants the other basket to have black, lime green and blue. I love the black and white dog print. I seriously need to update our dog's dish's placemat. Will definitely use the doggies in that!
And a little more traditional fabrics and colors for a lady at church who saw one I had made and asked me to make one for her. She wanted burgundies and pinks.
Playing with scraps.
I'm so crushing on this color combination!
Hubsy wubsy and I went thrifting this weekend. I have this thing for enamel ware.
This was a cute little dish I couldn't pass up.
I'm storing paper hexies for piecing on a project. I think that's a map of Asia I cut up for a template. I teach geography in co-op and well, it was handy, and I needed a piece of paper to cut to a certain size...
Pulled out a project that desperately needs finished.
Kinda looks like owl eye-balls, donchathink?
What do I do with these? I was experimenting this summer with strings and can you see the stars?
Not sure where this is going, but I wanted to pull it out and start thinking about it.
I managed to sneak in another two full size Swoon blocks. Purple. Just a sneak peek 'cause I figure I overloaded all y'all last week.
And green. Marianne (Hi Marianne, miss you blogging!) asked if it was difficult to downsize the block. I just took the full size Swoon pattern and cut the measurements in half. My blocks come out to about 11" sq because I am not a math person. If I were, then I'd probably have 12 1/4" sq blocks. lol
It's Wednesday already again and next week is...gulp...Thanksgiving! Here in Indiana we had a tornado watch last night, a lightening storm to beat all and flooded streets! I'm hoping for 90 degree weather on Turkey Day so the kids can play outside! Ha ha ha!
A Hoosierism: If you don't like our weather here in Indiana, stick around 1/2 hour. It'll change.
Linking up with Lee again at for WIP Wednesdays. Ohmygoodnessgollygracious did you see all the eye candy last week? Wow! Really inspiring!