|1837 Crown Sampler by Plum Street Antiques|
50/62ct unevenweave vintage lt. examplar line by Lakeside
Tudor Silk conversion from the Attic
I did change a couple of colors on the flower pots at the bottom, the two farthest out. I needed some more color, so I used the bright red and blue instead of what was called for in the flowers.
I was a week behind on the new Fussy Cut Fridays from Temecula Quilt Company, so I made two stars to catch up (one star a week). English Paper Piecing is so much fun! (I used Liberty Tana Lawn fabrics from my stash for these two.)
And thanks to Deb of the Threadgatherer blog, I had the yarns to start the Wiggle Wrap!
I have a feeling this one will be about my speed. Although I've heard it's been called the endless wrap.
Sunday, we got a surprise call from a certain girl we know.
And the next thing we knew, we were off to New York City!
And ended up at a consignment shop down the street that had great bargains with great designer names. (The boys went to a toy shop down the other direction so the boy child could pick up a Lego set on sale with his Christmas money.)
Bored boys waiting for the girls.
Then we headed off for a tour of the famous work place.
Then we headed off to Bareburger to have dinner. So yummy!
Then it was time to head home and say goodbye to the girl child. We were tired but happy and full.
And a certain furry someone was very very happy to have us home again!
She and the boy child stayed in this position for a record amount of time. lolol!
Thanks as always for stopping by and saying hi. I hope everyone has a great week!
(Aussie Open!!!! Hooray!!!!)