Monday, February 20, 2012

Wool Sandwich

Just a quick blog to show everyone what a wool sandwich looks like, hope it doesn't make you too hungry.
I know, I know  it's just too delicious right and all the way from The Road To California.  A wool expert  named P took time out of her day at TRTC to find a triple decker for me.  I know I'm really spoiled but I'll take it and be very proud of it. 

 Here it is before it commingled and became a woolly spectacular Dagwood style sandwich.

How funny, I never noticed one was upside down until just now.  When I took this picture I was in the midst of a swoon you know.  So I have tucked it away with the rest of the my woolly treasures and I keep looking back at the container just to see if it's still there and all mine.  Yes it is!!!

Just another shout out to Laura Krasinski from .  I won a giveaway from her quite awhile back and would like to show you this fat quarter she gifted me.  It was snow dyed, yes you heard me snow dyed.  So nice to know there are some creative uses for snow.
Sew there you have it and not a calorie in sight but you know Easter is on it's way so be careful of those pesky Cadbury Mini Eggs, there everywhere.


Mary Ann said...

Okay so I had to go google "snow dyed fabric" because I was very nosy. I found a tutorial. Very interesting.

Mary Ann visiting from WIP

Patti said...

Your wool does look edible, and seriously, snow dyed!! How wonderful is that!

Susan Being Snippy said...

I love wool for quilt making! You have a wonderful sandwich there! I used to live along the Gorge, too! 20 years back, tho! When ever we get a chance to visit Victoria we take a walk along with waterway -- and visit a particular bench dedicated to my Dad... Summer or Winter, it is a beautiful place to be.

Michelle @ Periwinkle said...

what beautiful wools! I love wool, it is so great to stitch into. Do you like the Sue Spargo patterns?

StitchinByTheLake said...

Oh my goodness I'm totally jealous of your wool! The colors are totally wonderful... blessings, marlene