Monday, August 20, 2007

This weekend saw a little sewing, a little



visiting and a lot of eating!

First to the quilty stuff- crawling right along on the last Hour a Day quilt here is what is on the design wall while I consider (and reconsider, and then second guess) the placement of the colored pieces. There are one or two that I am not thrilled with the color of the 'color'pieces, but that is what I had and that is what will be used, I don't have enough of the eggplant to be making more.

Secondly, my youngest is now in his apartment and beginning classes. He has spent some time and effort in getting the place the way he wants it and is as finished as he can be with his limited budget at this time. He has some finishing touches he would like to make, but that will have to wait. He invited us for dinner on Sunday, and since he is a pretty good cook, we gladly accepted. We were not disappointed! He made everything from scratch. Take a look at our dessert, mmmmmmmm good!

9 comments:

Yvonne said...

Your quilt looks great, the dessert very yummy and I love your mariners compass block. That is one of my alltime favorite patterns.

CONNIE W said...

Both the quilt and the dessert are looking terrific!

Mary said...

The quilt looks great - I think once you finish it up and get it quilted you'll be fine with it. I need to get back to work on mine.

Sonnja said...

Your quilt looks beautiful!!!
Kind Regards,

Sonnja

Kairle said...

Wow! A son who invites you to dinner AND cooks! You must have brought him up right.

Your quilt looks good in the picture so it probably looks better in "real life". They always do.

Helen in the UK said...

LOVE your hour a day quilt. How wonderful to have a son that can cook, and invites his parents over to sample his skills!

Jeanne said...

Love your HAD quilt! I still have that one on my to do list. The dessert looks yummy, too.

JudyL said...

From what I see, it looks great! Scrappy should be . . scrappy! The dessert looks great -- makes me want some NOW! :)

Anonymous said...

omg!!!! who ever could create such a masterpiece dish? lol love u mom