Sunday, June 14, 2009

Quiet Sunday

No big news on the home front. Not much sewing this week. Busy doing things around the house and FINALLY getting the sewing room done. Nothing fancy by any means but it's organized. Everything has a home which makes me a happy camper. I cannot sew in a mess!!
Went to see preggo mommy, she is so miserable and wants the baby out. Doc said she will deliver early in the next week or two.
It's time to think about dinner, tummy is growling and then some hand work and maybe a movie with some relaxation!

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Day with the kids


Spent the day with the newlyweds/proud mamma and pappa to be. I need to get a belly pic and forget. Anyway, shopped for the last of the baby stuff, the room is ready and now Hunter William Colley just needs to make his appearance.
We also have a shared garden at their house so today I planted tomatoes, zucchini, squash, cantaloupe, green peppers and eggplant. I also did an herb garden with lavender, basil, rosemary, sage, thyme and cilantro..........yummy.
We went to a cute little place outside Marysville called the Weeping Willow. Cute place, bought a couple of things. Then we shopped for a small table for the kitchen.
Truck shopped for Joe...............
So for now, I am done. It's time to curl up with a good book and call it a night!!!

Friday, June 5, 2009

Joes quilt

This quilt is a modified Grandmother's Fan. I cut the points off the top to make circles. Joe wanted circles in earth tone colors. This child uses his quilt and so did his dog.....to the tune of a hole chewed in the middle. I have since "fixed" the hole and now he has a clean hole to use the remote control through when it is cold!!!! By the way........he got rid of the dog.

Eddies Quilt


This was a fun quilt to make for my son. It's called 1000 pyramids. No two pieces are alike. I don't think he has slept under it yet. He says he saw me put too much time and love into it for it to be "used..........

Baby Quilt


This is a quilt made for a good friend. It was a mind blow to work with such small blocks but the end result was outstanding!!!