Here is the musical quilt all finished include the label. It goes in the mail today.
I spent time on Saturday when I go back from a harrowing trip from Dover and Sugarcreek cutting up my niece's t-shirts and ironing on the interfacing. My trip was scary because the snow started falling and by the time I was about 20 miles from home the interstate was messy. Now I have driven thru worse, but it still wasn't fun. I was exhausted, but very grateful when I made it home. Back to the t-shirts. There were 32 shirts and now they are hanging on the design wall. I rearranged them a bit to get the colors dispersed across the whole piece.
I now have a big bag of scraps that I cut up into usable sized pieces for caulking rags. I was hurting for caulking rags, but now I am well supplied and they will be put to use over the holidays. I plan on taking vacation which will include working on the house as well as quilting.
My trip Saturday to Sugarcreek was to stock up on baking supplies. Then Sunday morning I went to the grocery at 7 am to beat the crowds and pick up a few item they don't carry at the bulk food store Sugarcreek. With the snow we received and the cold temps there weren't many people at the grocery at 7 am on Sunday. I am glad to get that job out of the way. Here are my supplies for sweet potato casserole, cookies, and pies.
So far I have only been able to find two pie pans. It seems like every year I lose one. I will have to make a trip over to my brother's house and see if he has any I can borrow. I use to work at a bakeware manufacturer and I use to bring home stacks of pans, but now 12 years later I realize I should not have give away so many!