(1) leftover spaghetti and meatballs (they taste even better the second day!)
(2) tea tree aromatherapy blend
(3) getting safely home after a trip
I hope everyone had a very happy Thanksgiving and, if you went away, I hope you arrived home safely!
First of course I went to my 2" strip bin, pulled a lot of strips from there that I just cut into smaller lengths and sewed together into pairs.
I'll use as much of those as I can before I start cutting into yardage.
I found this Christmas fabric in there that I can fussy cut, I like the texture that the dove wings will add to my 4 patches!
Any little odd pieces that are neither fish nor fowl can be tossed into the strings bin.
Ye olde brown paper bag test - these will do just fine as neutrals!
I like adding little odd prints in my quilts! I can work around some of the larger printed areas.
This fabric is printed with vintage cereals but when I was a kid I don't remember seeing Pep cereal, this even had a toy inside.
But on the other hand mama never fed us cold cereal anyway ... it was either a plate of hot grits - or a plate of hot grits!
Sewing neutral strips to neutral strips...
Sixteen 4-patches done, can you see the dove wings? I may need to rethink some of my neutrals but for now, it's a start!
I will be linking up with Bonnie Hunter's En Provence Linky party so you can see what other participants are doing!
Sew forth and sew on til later...