It's beautiful here tonight. It was 90% humidity today and yesterday, but there's a nice cool breeze right now and I think it's safe to turn on the oven for a while.
My first project is going to be Cheesy Chicken Peanut Butter Dog Muffins. I've been telling
the granddogs for weeks that they are getting a surprise from me, but it's been too hot to bake. I have a mini muffin pan and that's what the dough is going in. I'm going to "frost" them with a little cream cheese. I know they're going to love them. I bought some "muffins" at a little store for them last month, and they gobbled them, especially the pit bull monster dog. I'm adding fresh apples to the basket, they love apples.
So that's all I'm up to. I'm reading the free tutorials I've found on rug hooking and needle punch projects. I love free! I'll be posting those when I'm done reading thru them all.
My next intended project is to make up some fall wreaths, the mini indian corn wreath I like the most. I'll make 2, one for me one for Ashley and Tim. She's getting ready for a huge yard sale and I'll be going over at the end of the week to help her clean and dust off the things she's planning on selling. She's got so much stuff stored in the house from before they got married that she doesn't even know what she's got there. This is going to be fun.
Tomorrow is supposed to be beautiful weather-wise so I'd like to harvest some bittersweet from the back of the house.
I've been going through my patterns and books to see what I have and what I'd like to make. I've got to go to the spine clinic to have some injections so maybe after that I'll feel better. It hurts sitting, standing, lying down, whatever. Ugh, especially my left leg. It's agony, but I've been like this since 1990 so I'm used to it by now.
I'm watching a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movie. It's wonderful. Gotta say goodnight, Primmies.
Hi, Primmies... I stitch reproduction antique samplers and dolls. I also have lots of great artists and their sites featured as well as tutorials and some recipes for you to enjoy. Eventually we will have our own items for sale. Until then I hope you will enjoy the content, please leave a comment on any post you wish to.
Hi, Primmies, for everyone affected by Hurricane Irene, I wish to say that our thoughts are with you and hope that you have family and frien...
Download the PDF HERE Free Chart Witch's Kitchen This cute pattern is used as a key fob but it can be a cute little pillow for o...
Hi, Again Primmies - I found another source for free patterns. The Drawn Thread has a list at this link for free charts to cross sti...
Primmies, Want to enter another great giveaway? This one is from Barbara at TO STITCH OR NOT TO STITCH . It's her Christmas giveaway a...
Hello! I'm so happy to share my thoughts with you this morning. Here are patterns from last year that I'm re-posting for creating ...
I found Jennie Lynn at Appleseed Prim while reading a blog I follow, Primitive Betty's (a fantastically talented cross stitcher). Jenni...
Ok, Primmies, for anyone out there that loves gingerbread houses like I do, this post is for you. Every single year since I can remember, ...
THE PRIMITIVE PANTRY FABRIC PUMPKIN SEWING TUTORIAL Stuffing Strong Quilting Thread or Upholstery Thread Darning or Upholstery ...
Featured Doll Artist Kathy Patterson's Hand Carved Reproduction English Wooden Queen Anne Dolls and Izannah Walker DollsI am so pleased to have permission to do a feature on Kathy Patterson of Babes From The Woods blog who resides in Ontario, Canada. Kathy is ...
Hi, Primmies, There's a fantastic blog I have discovered in my wanderings. Wendy is a very talented and sweet gal who's blog ...
- ► 2013 (10)
- ► March (13)
- ► February (40)
- ► December (42)
- ► November (11)
- ► October (70)
- ▼ September (44)
- ► August (25)
- ► July (31)
- ► June (23)