It's really sad that the place you used to go for sewing inspiration only sews once every two months now, huh? Eikes, I'm really sorry about that, really I am!! Good thing you peeked today though because I sewed!! Yes, here is the mini quilt I made for my partner in the QT Mini quilt swap. The theme was "Folk Art". There was a tiny button in the middle of each flower.
And here is the one she sent to me:
Then, naturally, I sent off some cute envelopes to my girls and they mostly all had an Easter theme.
And then, of course, I read a few books:
ONE STEP TOO FAR (debut) by Tina Seskis
THE STRANGER by Harlan Coben
THE HOUSE AT THE END OF HOPE STREET (debut) by Menna VanPraag
Believe it or not, I don't even remember anything about the 1st book anymore. Duh! Obviously it wasn't memorable so don't bother. I was excited to read, "The Stranger" because I usually love anything by Harlan Coben, but this one didn't impress me. "Missing You" was much better by him. BUT, "The House at the End of Hope Street" was really neat. It was a book unlike anything I've ever read before with a mystical, magical quality which brought me back to the joy I had as a child reading something new. It's an older book so I'm sure your library would have it. At 280 pages, it was a real delight that you might like too.
So, that's the news! I hope you all have a blessed Easter weekend and enjoy the love and companionship of many friends and relatives. Until next week………….