This is my November project for:
Now it's fulfilling its life-long ambition of adorning our breakfast bar. The maple leaf candle likes it too.
Here's what I want to know: Do these pumpkins make my Spanish coffee look fat?
Yeah...so no wineries for us this whole weekend. We were slugs, which seems appropriate during the rainy season in Oregon. The rest of our friends are arriving in droves.
Just now I wondered if there was a collective noun for slugs. This is what I learned:
Would the internet lie? I think not.
So after that, I did a little stitching on Hocuspocusville...seriously a slow stitching Sunday...but later in the day, I decided I was ready to get started on the next block for Chicken Buffet. I'm just going through the book and making the blocks in order, but I think this next one is my favorite of the whole quilt. This one is Chicken a la King. Here's the image from the book.
These always start by making the four-patch background block.
When I quit for the day yesterday, I had all the fusing finished.
This morning I have a dental appointment, although at this writing, I don't know what the situation is with the protests in downtown Portland. I am NOT going to get into the middle of that. Depending on how the day goes, I'm hopeful I'll be able to finish the top-stitching, embroidery, and embellishments on this block and call it finished.