I do have some other quilted gifts that I'd like to make for the holidays, but I'm not going to push myself (there's enough of that going on in other areas of my life), so if they get done, it will be a bonus. Marion came over and spent the day sewing with me, and Joannie was able to join us for a few hours.
I finished two fleece blankets. I also finished one earlier in the week. Not the most exciting projects in the world, but I had purchased the fabric in May, and I found them all pinned and ready to go in my Studio the other day, so I'm glad they're off my plate!
|These blankets are for my nephews, Sam and Josh. |
Classic rock is perfect for them. Josh is almost 16 and
Sam is 18.
|The third blanket, shown here, is staying at our house. Here are LarryPug and Elvis. |
LarryPug, as always, is ready for his close-up. He is a natural born ham!
|I didn't need another blanket, but how could I resist a fleece that included pugs?|
|It was cold outside, so after LarryPug jumped off |
the bench, I wrapped up Elvis like a pug burrito.
sleeping, this week, I have been eating my way around the world. Wednesday night, Mike and I went out for Indian food for date night; Thursday night I went out with the Thursday Girls to the Cheesecake Factory; Friday night I had pizza with Linda at Pizzeria Uno; Saturday, Marion and I had Chinese food for lunch; and Mike and I went out for Greek food tonight. I usually don't go out to eat so much, so I will have to pace myself since next week is Thanksgiving. Mike is cooking tomorrow. Yeah! He is making a shrimp dish and a beef barley soup. Perhaps I will make brownies...
|The Divine Miss Linda B... my friend since first grade!|
Sending you Pugs and Kisses,