Three things to be happy about:
(1) waterproof boots
(3) turkey quesadillas
When I was in Whole Foods one day last week they had a sort of turkey quesadilla casserole on their hot bar; I tried a piece and it was great!
Charlene gave me a bag of scraps last week, there were a lot of African pieces in there. I wanted to play with making a log-cabin style block, so I pulled a couple pieces and skewed one edge so that they weren't square, then added borders on the four sides. I like how these are turning out, I'll add at least two more rounds, then I'll square them back up. Hmmmm, what will I use them in?
I wanted to get playing with my GO cutter, and the 4" square seemed as good a place to start as any! I wanted to make a baby quilt (he's just a month old!) and I was inspired by a cute quilt made by Nicole at Bold Goods that looked a lot easier than the one I originally planned.
Anyway I don't really like how it's turning out; I'll either change out some of the border squares or use a different print for the center. It would have been really easy to run out to JoAnn's or Hancock's and buy a coordinated fabric package (is it called a honey bun?), but I wanted to use from stash. I think I can, I think I can!
So that's one "yes" and one "do-over" ... wish me luck, have a great Tuesday, sew forth and sew on