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Saturday
Jul012017

Squash Blossoms

So, what do you do when you have home made ricotta and find squash blossoms at the farmers' market? Fill the blossoms with ricotta

then dip them in beaten egg and roll them in panko crumbs

 and let them cook in the skillet until they are beautiful golden brown

and sprinkle with a little salt and pepper

 and then eat them. 

 

Monday
Jun262017

Colorations

A few more sections filled in on Colorations.

 I like the greens and blues.

Friday
Jun232017

David's Favorite Time

It's David's favorite time of the year.  His day lilies are starting to bloom.

 This is one of his favorites, unless he's standing in front of this one

 It really is a beautiful apricot color.  This is one of my favorites because it smells good.

 

 The coneflowers are quite bright.

Here is one of the few lilies

that got missed by the mice.  Those little pistols decimated the lily beds this winter.  Might be time think about a barn cat.

Tuesday
Jun202017

Square in a Square

It's been quite a while since I posted about this blanket.

 

I only work on it on Tuesday mornings at knitting group.

A close up of the knitting.  Blocking should help this a lot.  The pattern is Reversible Afghan from Dovetail Designs.  

Saturday
Jun172017

Mountains Table Runner

Here's a little side project I had going while I was working on the Krazy Batik quilt.  It looks like mountains to me.

 

This is the Table Treasure Table Runner by Swirly Girl Designs.  I won a kit from Daffodil Quilts at one of my Stonehouse Quilt Guild meetings.  Thanks Jane for providing this lovely prize.  I didn't realize quite how perfect the colors were

until I put it on the table and looked up.

I don't think I could have planned that.  The painting is by David Clayton, my brother-in-law.