Friday, May 18, 2012


 The inspiration for my flip flop quilt came from Carol Burniston in the June 2008 issue of Fons and Porter magazine.

I kept the pattern with instructions which showed larger flip flops.  I decided to make them smaller to fit a jelly roll which I bought for $9.00 at Walmart in the US this passed winter.

It was such fun to make.  I just don't think it will be in my possession for long as my daughter has already said she loved it.

The black and yellow quilt is also a jelly from Walmart.  I loved this happy patterns and yellow is a great colour for any quilt don't you think?

It's Friday morning, this is the beginning of Canada's Victoria Day holiday which is a long weekend.  The dog and the sweetie are resting up to get ready for the onslaught of nine people for the four days of fun and food.

I've made most of the meal preps, spaghetti, cakes, cowboy bread, the fixings already done for the pizzas, chicken is thawing, and the roast for Monday night is aging as will I be when this whole thing is passed.

And finally, not my photo of the hummingbird, but they are here.  Fighting over food and loving our flower selections for the summer.

The other day someone told me I could freeze leftover wine, I was confused....what is leftover wine?

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