No turkey here today. We will be having an unconventional Thanksgiving tomorrow with friends and our daughter, Carolyn. She is a vegetarian and the friends don't like turkey. I am making a vegetable lasagna, and my friend is making sides and tiramisu for dessert. It should be an unconventional twist on a traditional meal. Mr Wazoo is a turkey lover, (so am I...) so we will have some turkey eating friends over for the traditional turkey-fest on Sunday. A four day celebration is fine with me!
Yesterday, we closed out the week with a bit of sewing and quilting. I finished the top and backing of the huge tee shirt quilt and added it to the quilting line. Customers visited and picked up their quilts, and we got a couple more done.
|This quilt is so cute!! Retro fabrics and modern trees are a great combination|
|Panto: Candycanes. This was an intricate pattern. Each pass took 20 minutes!! Wow!|
|Super cool retro poinsettias on the back|
|This quilt has such a wonderful story. The customer made it for her friend whose husband passed away. The friend has a dachshund, and the dog sweaters on the quilt are made from her husband's flannel shirts.|
|She chose the Heartstrings panto to show her love.|
|Cozy flannel backing.|
|In the distance is Brasstown Bald, the highest peak in Georgia.|
|A bit wider view.|
|I took this from the comfort of my armchair.|