Deja Vu! It is a new top and pattern...same color as the last one...different batik rayon print. Paisley instead of leaves. I was lucky enough to get several pieces of batik rayon on sale for a great price.
It was close to our afternoon walk time so Logan had to make sure and remind me.
I love this top! It will make it again...and again.
So comfy and pretty quick to put together.
I have a Bernina 1130 that makes wonderful button holes.
I made version C, without the pockets.
This pattern is still available...not from my vintage stash.
And a quilt was actually finished. This was a Breakfast Club project from several years ago.
I started quilting it last year and had a massive tension failure. It got pulled of the frame to get everything ripped out. I was determined to get it done before the new year...it was nagging me!
All the fabrics were in my stash.
The background is actually a navy blue though it is hard to tell in the top photo.
Pumpkin Seeds from the Pattern Basket. A great pattern. Planning to make more by this designer.
I finished another Bucilla stocking kit, Gingerbread Santa.
This is such a cutie! Very fun one to make.
I love the kitty. My granddaughter, Kate, always loves to track down our cat, Eli, whenever she comes over to our house. Her mom is allergic to cats so no cats at their house.
Kate loves to bake and she does that a lot with her other grandma...this stocking will hang in that grandma's house this Christmas.
All those sweet cookies...adorable.
All the little extras put this stocking over the top.
I had a Christmas cookie fabric in my stash that made the perfect lining.
There is another grandchild on the way...a boy...due December 9th!
I'm starting this surfing stocking for him...only because his parents got married in Hawaii. I can always make him another themed stocking once we get to know him.
And....I thought I'd share a recent recipe success. I switched to a plant-based whole food diet almost 5 years age. Instead of trying to redo my traditional recipes...I find it's better to get a new set of reliable recipes.
These are vegan caramelized onion spinach pizza rolls...no cheese or meat...sautéed spinach and onion with pizza sauce in a yummy herb loaded bread. My husband gave it a thumbs-up...very hard for me to get from most of the recipes I make. He is eating a traditional western diet when cooking for himself so he is technically a "flexitarian."
The dough is started the day before and proofs in the refrigerator for one to two days.
Here is the link for the recipe. Short Girl Tall Order
I'm definitely going to check out some more of her recipes.
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