My almost 3 year old has been severely testing limits this week and it's been spring break for my husband so...I haven't done as much sewing as I wanted to, but we're all still alive and well (as I wrote this he was trying to have a conversation through the window with the man fixing the neighbor's roof...).
This same child has recently taken to responding to everything with "Yes Sir!" or for me, "Yes Mom!" and saluting us (thank you Toy Story army men...), and both kids discovered how awesome the Muppets are. So much that i've been going to sleep with Rainbow Connection stuck in my head.
See that yellow spot on the left side? That's the first flower on the side of our house!
Guess what else. I went to a tea party yesterday! It was a fundraiser for the ISU Honor Society (I'm pretty sure) and a friend of mine sponsored a table and had an extra ticket! There were real teacups and real teas - I tried the herbal huckleberry one - and even finger sandwiches, it was yummy. Great to chat with adult friends too.
Remember the scarf I won from Rachael at Imagine Gnats? Well...it came in the mail yesterday! And it's so gorgeous. I love it and can't wait to wear it. Of course I did have to pry it off of my little Lady Face first.
Oh boy, she loved wearing this!
Ok. On to the quilty part!! I do have one thing I want to show you today, and I think it's pretty great.
I finished my Dream Big quilt top! I absolutely love it. This one is all for me and it's my favorite project to date! I'm trying to figure out what to use for the backing and think I might use the same fabric as the border fabric (California Girl by Moda and Fly a Kite by Riley Blake). I love those prints.
This is a terrible picture but I'm totally loving this pattern and can't wait to finish this quilt!
Finally, I received my gift from my Cover Robin swap partner!! Holy smokes is it beautiful! I'm really excited about it. Stay tuned, you'll get to hear more about it this month, but here is a sneak pic. It is perfect. Now I need somewhere to go so I can show it off!
And do you remember those two log cabin blocks I made some time ago for Avery, the gymnast? Well...they are now part of a gorgeous quilt! I'm so pleased and thankful to have been part of such a wonderful project. I hope Avery will enjoy it, and didn't Carrie do a wonderful job! Here is a picture of the finished product from Carrie's Flickr (my two contributions are top row middle, and 5th row far right)
Happy Weekend! We're going to make cookies today and get ready for Lady Face's 2nd birthday tomorrow!!!