I love this picture of them!
One of my readers commented, "Photo-bombed by a puppy!!!" LOL!!!!!
We've done so many fun things! Wednesday was Grandpa's birthday, and we celebrated by taking a little spin in his convertible down to the local Sonic for sundaes. Someone (I'm not naming names here!) decided to get some cheesy tots too :*) Yep, THIS is how you Sonic!!!
|She's wearing her favorite pocket T-shirt! |
Love that soft floral on the white -
she has a good eye for color & what coordinates well! :)
Sara is busy writing down instructions for all the things she wants to continue making at home - pocket t-shirts, pillowcases, etc. She will be working on making another pillowcase - this one for her sister Emma - while I'm making garments today...
I'm sure you've already figured out that she raided my stash for some extra projects to take home with her, right? *VBG* These fabrics are for another pillowcase....
I really thought the shorts and pj's were all that I had left on my ToDo-Before-They-Leave list .... that is, until this little girl fell in love with my Blue Heaven flannel rag quilt....
So glad Link came to visit so I could have this adorable shot to join in the
Pets on Quilts linky party over at Lily Pad Quilting!!!!
Miss Link is competing for Puppy on a Quilt - #63 :)
I made this quilt several years ago and have loved it ever since! There is no quilt more comfortable in the world! Several members of the family have rag quilts now because they cuddled up under this one and fell in love :)
|For the back, I used a beautiful paisley, and then added some left-over drunkard's path blocks|
that were not used on the front to the top and bottom to add length
and make sure they got used in the quilt. I LOVE that paisley!!!
Link waits for me to sit down every evening to watch a little TV to wind down before going to bed - and she hops in my lap immediately, snuggling down in the folds of this quilt like it's the best thing she's ever felt!
So I got the idea to make her a little dog-sized flannel rag quilt to take home with her from my flannel scraps - and remembered that I even have scraps left from the original quilt! And of course, lots and lots of batting scraps too!
Hopefully that will be a quick, easy project to throw together for Miss Link :) But I'm not going to stress over it - if I don't finish it before they leave, it's a simple matter to pop it in a box and send it on next week.
Hope you are all enjoying your weekend! We got RAIN last night for the first time in a while, and it was very, very welcome. Hoping for some more in the next few days as well.
Hugs & Blessings!