I have not gotten a lot of stitching done since my last post. We had a spurt of warm weather which sent many of the trees around here into thinking it was Spring and they began to bud! That's all it took for my allergies to kick up - BAD! Spring is my worst allergy season anyway.
I have decided on my next infusion project. It will be Sarah Steel 1772 by Tree of Life Samplings! I am really excited about this piece and it will be a wonderful project to take along with me to my infusions. The ladies that work there always like to look at what I am working on and I just love all the compliments my stitching gets. (picture by Tree of Life Sampling)
I had planned to control myself with the Nashville Market goodies coming out. I couldn't resist a peek at the wonderful designs that were being offered. So far, so good. Or so I thought! I know of a handful that I will be ordering! Oh well. Why fight it? Right? LOL.
BIG NEWS! Section 7 of AAFG is FINISHED! That means that the top of this BAP is completed and it only took me way too many years to get it done! I just have to focus and make sure the bottom half doesn't take that long! (sorry the picture came out sideways)
One night last week, I decided to make some sweet potato wedges as a dinner side for my husband since he LOVES those sweet potatoes! It was a new recipe and since I don't eat sweet potatoes, I only had my family's reaction to go on. They were a HIT. The boys loved them and my husband asked me to fix them more often and to fix more when I did have them. I got the recipe over at bakerbynature.com and I thought I would share the recipe with you.