Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Mother May I
Aren't these the coolest pinwheels? I love them. They are part of Tonya's May for Me quilt along project. I had all the pieces laid out today and this is going to be so pretty when done. I think it is going to make a great gift for a friend of mine.
I joined the Australian 6 1/2" block swap and I got my first blocks in the mail today. From Susan (Australia) and they are the Calico Spool block from Quilters Cache - a wonderful site full of patterns. The top blocks are from Sue and I decided to make two myself - the bottom blocks. By receiving two and making two each month, I should have a lovely set of blocks for a sweet quilt.
A sneak peak at my next project for the Moda Monthy Challenge - home decor. I'm using Arnold's Attic and muslin - will hand quilt for a lovely vintage piece. I have it ready for the hand quilting, just trying to decide on what I will do??
MAY FOR ME
Time for a little blogger fun:
Blogger Quilt Festival May 12-20
International Quilt Market May 13-19
I'll be following with pamkittymorning
sewmamasew give away day May 23
20 ounce lean ground turkey
2 tablespoon Parmesan cheese grated
1/2 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
Salt/pepper to taste
16 dinner or slider rolls
Combine ground turkey, cheese and all seasonings. Mix together well.
Shape turkey into 16 small patties.
Place patties on a greased baking sheet.
Bake at 350 degrees F for 8 - 10 minutes or until cooked through. Be careful not to cook too long or they will become dried out.
Serve with side platter of topping choices - slice cheese, bacon, tomato, onion, olives or pickles, ketsup, mustard, or mayo.
Chips and a cold drink and dine on the patio
Mother May I
"Mother May I" a childhood game,But mother may I remain the same?
"Mother May I" come to you?Trust your heart or be torn in two.
"Mother May I" take your hand?Hold it strong like a rubber band.
"Mother May I" hold you close?Cheek to cheek and nose to nose.
"Mother May I" a childhood game,But mother may YOU remain the same?