Baked ham with pineapple raisin sauce, home made baked sweet potato fries and Brussel sprouts with garlic and parmesan cheese.
Even if you dislike Brussel sprouts, I promise you'll
I've been making some progress on my Down in the Garden quilt by Leanne Beasley, albeit kinda slowly.
Between stitching, I finished November's flimsy for the small-quilt-a-month group that I belong to. We meet on the last Tuesday of the month for show-and-tell. Last month I waited until the day before the meeting to make the October quilt and although I love it, I learned a lesson to NOT wait until the last minute! I don't know why I do these things to myself!
This month I started in on our second project the day after the meeting and finished piecing the flimsy a couple of days later. Lots and lots of tiny pieces to this one!
I made mine entirely from Civil War and reproduction prints and shirting fabrics from the same era. Now it just has to be quilted which hopefully will happen before our next meeting.
In the interim, I've come up with two new designs and now I just have to decide whether to make quilts with them or to use them in some other kind of project.
Stay tuned because I'll be sharing them with you as soon as they're done.