Monday, August 16, 2010

Plan A, B, and C!!!

Really big, longgggg sigh...  


I took my sewing machine
 in to the shop
on Sunday for the annual
cleaning and adjusting.
I was soooo hoping to get a call
late this afternoon that it was all done
and ready to be picked up.
Another reallllly bigggg sigh...
no call, so it's not ready.

On the other hand, today was Bee day!


And boy can Lorraine cook!!
Listen to this menu-
coffee and homemade coffee cake
(with fresh peach and
raspberry streusel topping)
then for lunch-
homemade chicken salad
(with fresh peaches, nuts, lettuce and basil)
fresh canteloupe and
homemade peach muffins
and for dessert-
homemade key lime pie
HOLY COW!!  YUMMO!!!!!

So, of course, we ate and chatted
and ate and chatted
 and ate and chatted...
and did a bit of cutting
and sewing, too!
I sewed down the binding on my Plan C
the August Schnibbles!


I used 2 charm packs from the
Mary Engelbreit fabric line
Attitude Girls from Moda.


I used a vintage
Mary Engelbreit
print from my stash
for the backing.


I think this might just be my
favorite Schnibbles yet!!
Waddaudink???

23 comments:

  1. It IS awfully pretty! You did good. Hope your sewing is ready soon - like tomorrow? First thing in the morning!! ~karen

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  2. Oh yes! I do like this one! Ummmm, I'd really like to see a photo of the BACK!! LOL! :)

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  3. I love the Attitude Girls...I am using that fabric to redecorate my sewing room. I'm jealous of that quilt!!!

    Pat

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  4. I think it looks great! Love the colors. Sounds like you had a yummy day! ;-)

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  5. ohhhh, that is one gorgeous quilt!

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  6. I thought you had a photo of me on your blog. LOL.
    So sorry your machine is not ready. I would be lost too.
    Sounds like a wonderful day with friends. My sort of outing.
    Yes I love the colours in your Schnibbles Quilt.

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  7. Sounds like you had a great day with a great friend. I hope you will get your "toy" back any time soon. I love your August-Schnibbles!!!

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  8. It's gorgeous and that menu is to die for

    Love and hugs Gina xxx

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  9. I think I LOVE it! and your Bee day sounds wonderful...I'll come for lunch next time...LOL! YUMMY! YUMMY! YUMMY! Fingers crossed that your machine comes home today...I hear the phone ringing!

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  10. I feel your pain, going without one of your machines is rather traumatizing isn't it? I hope it comes home soon!

    Your Schnibbles is fantastic! I want to make more of these, they are just too cute!

    Did you save any food for the rest of us?

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  11. The food from your bee sounds awesome...yummy!

    Your Schnibbles Plan C turned out great, I have mine pieced, just can't decide how to quilt it. Hope your machine comes home today...I know you miss her!

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  12. I think it's pretty darn cute! And, I need the name of the orang's hairdresser..gotta get me a haircut like that! LOL!:)

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  13. I love it!!! It is so bright and cheery!

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  14. you are making me hungry! HA! That fabric is VINTAGE? OMGoodness! I know I just pulled some of that from my stash..I'm thinking it will make a cute pocket for a new purse pattern I'm hankering to start...vintage...oh dear!

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  15. Love ME and love your schnibbles:) Looks like y'all had a great Bee day!

    vail

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  16. I really like Plan C. Great job with your ME fabrics.

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  17. it's very bright & lovely! love that you used the "vintage" backing with the new front.

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  18. Congratulations on winning the Fandango layer cake! Yahoo!

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  19. I love this and the fabric, plan on making one pretty much like it!! Great job!

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