Lunch at the DQ, hold the oreo cookie crumble and double the hot fudge sauce.....mmmmmm........
No need for anything else.
It feeds the soul, and some days that is the very part of you starving for a break.
When I sew I always appreciate a little help from my friends.
Here are my first 4 blocks all together:
Thank you Paula, at Coffee Time Quilt Studio who shared these nominations. This is the way you do it ( I have never had a blog award before)
1. The winner can put the logo on his/her blog.
2. Link to the person you received your award from.
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4. Put links of those blogs on yours.
5. Leave a message on the blogs of the people you have nominated.
I am happy to nominate these blogs as they are some of the many that I look forward to reading.
Aileen's Fibre Fetish plays wonderfully with colour, and she is fun too.
Nancy Rose at Life is a Stitch has a lot of life going on, fun , crazy and quilty too.
A new fave, Found in Brooklyn because you may take the girl out of Brooklyn but you can never take Brooklyn out of the girl...
Brin at My Messy Thrilling Life has an old house, flowers and a great attitude
DebR at Red Shoe Ramblings because hers is one of the first quilty blogs I visited, even if there is not much quilty going on these days she posts wonderful flower photos!!
I could not miss Strombo, George Stroumboulopoulisos that is, with the blog for The Hour. I am not sure if my post on his blog will show up because there were a page full of error messages after I clicked send. anyway, The Hour is like Sesame Street for adults.
Comic Book Lady at Quilt as Desired is a quilter who is willing to do exactly as she desires and she is a super blogger as well.
This is the same place, different time.
1975 versus 2008