|Shot of the mini hanging in the |
wisteria. The smell is wonderful
and I could not resist!
I actually started earlier in the week so that I would not be frantic on Thursday or Friday. Lot of good that did me. Thurday I got home (as Marley said) "very later" than I was supposed to. So no sewing. On Friday I started with a migraine at school. An hour later my principal refused to let me drive home but insisted that I go. One phone call to Richard and I was on my way. But again no sewing. I woke up much later and sent an email to Jan to let her know that she needed to pull me from the list.
|"Little Pink House"|
|Detail of the quilt hanging on the line|
Oh but ain't that America, for you and me
Ain't that America, we're something to see baby
Ain't that America, home of the free, yeah
Little pink houses for you and me, oh for you and me
Guess where the title of mini came from. Maybe the muddy pink is the right color after all.
Jan and Jen had so many people join in the fun that they split the quilters into two days. Some posted yesterday and some today. I hope that you'll go see the sweet minis that were created.
This is my second link for the week on Amanda Jean's linkup.