Saturday, April 30, 2016

One Proud Grandma and some quilting going on.

 This is a picture of our oldest Granddaughter who is a member of the local swim club in her home town, she was on the front page of the sports section and this is her first year and she's loving it.  Oh yes, I'm a very proud Grandma and so happy she's found her niche.
 Just a quick shot of the hubby working on my latest vintage Singer, this one was free if you can imagine and so I happily gave it a new home.  Nothing wrong with it other than it needs a little TLC which my hubby enjoys doing so who am I to say no.
 One of my quilting days with a friend saw us making a lunch with a recipe I saw on  FB and you never know if it's going to be a keeper or not but this one was a real winner.  Actually it's a quiche but with a sweet potato crust and oh my just so tasty.
The wild roses are out now and they are so fragrant but better than that they are a flower that harkens back to my childhood and such fond memories.

 Now onto the quilty side this is what I've been working on this past week, after finishing piecing Celtic Solstice I felt I needed something simple and this not only helped use up languishing Batik charm packs but would not take forever to put together.  I found the pattern on FB and here is the linkTeresaDownUnder.  It's super easy but very effective and I can see it done in a variety of scrappy fabrics don't you think?
Monday is my next Cortisone shot for my neck issues so keep your fingers crossed because I certainly am.

1 comment:

paulette said...

OMG...SCORE!!! Nice to have a handy hubby!! Congrats on having someone famous in the family!! Also could you PLEASE share your sweet potato pie recipe...my friend Glynis has to eat glutton free. I know what I will be taking to our next luncheon...that is if you share! haha
Thanks!
P