A blog about my interests, which include crazy quilting and various and assorted other artsy pursuits and sometimes known to contain mumblings of a random nature.

Thursday, February 09, 2017

oh oh - and continuing on

The resident chef decided that making bread was a good thing to do yesterday and this was the result...

Recipe is from

Not a calorie to it!!

Now on to the non-fattening portion of this post...

This one began with the chevron stitch (black); straight stitches (pink & green); cross stitches (blue) and finished off with beads or French knots.

This one is made up of cross stitches, straight stitches and lazy daisies.

And here's your mumblings...

- HERE is a great purse organizer - made from a placemat!

- THIS is a dual purpose item - a hot water bottle cover AND a sweet little cross stitch pattern too.

- How about one of THESE to help organize your sewing room or scrapbooking space?  

Today your quote is from Christina Rossetti..."Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished?  Yes - work never begun"


Boud said...

The purse organizer is great because you can lift it out, loaded, to change purses. This is just the sort of thing I like.

liniecat said...

WoW that looks really tasty!!
Hes a keeper lol

Judy Cooper Textile Images said...

Compliments to the chef! Looks good.
I must say, your stitch samples are great. Must try some of them.
I do like that purse organizer - easy to make!

Cathy said...

I'm just loving all your wonderful new stitch combos for this series of blocks! And your bread looks so yummy!!

Christine Barnsley said...

Beautiful seam treatments Mary Anne.... I like stitching chevron stitch and this is very pretty! That loaf looks delicious.... ha! for the calories!! Christine x

Janie said...

Great stitch combinations!
A purse organizer is always a big help.
I baked ginger bread this last week, a favorite with us in cool weather. It does have calories.
And I agree with that quote, right on.