Hello out there...remember me? How're you doing? How was your weekend?
It's been extra busy here. After taking a breather and attending STITCHES West, my princesses went to their first birthday, slumber party last Friday so I was knitting away on two birthday hats beforehand. Plus, my family celebrated my brother's birthday as well so lots of yumminess was cookin' up in here.
Today's post will be short as I'll blog about the conference and dishes later this week.
I've only recently started to work on Miranda's ripple again:
I had to use two man tables to lay it out for the pic so it's growing. I plan to use up the yarn for the blanket and then order more for the border later.
I know I'm redonkulously behind on your blogs. I've been trying to craft on my bed and listen to Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban to get certain projects done. I promise to slowly start catching up on your fiberous adventures in the evenings before I continue on for a spell in this awesomely written book - The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. I had finally finished Last Wool and Testament. It was pretty good. It certainly keeps you guessing on who did it.
I leave you with a pic of the quiche I had brought to the stitch 'n bitch yesterday:
Yes, I <3 quiche. Since our meeting place burned down months ago, our group has been gettin' together at a member's house each Monday. I miss having my scramble each week. Plus quiche reminds me of my Auntie J. She used to hook me up with some every now and then. Miss you Auntie J!
This is the fourth time I've made this Rachael Ray recipe and it's a hit every time. I use any sausages I'm in the mood for and it's so easy to whip up. I highly rec it. The pie crust is so pretty BTW b/c my hubbie bought Marie Calendar pie crusts.