Our guild's monthly Sew Day happened Saturday. I kicked butt and got my pieces cut for step four of Easy Street so I could sew those up. Check out my new rolling trolley for Red, my machine. That little bag holds tools and accessories and there's a third bag for all your projects and other junk. Now I can travel in style versus lugging my heavy machine and toting my tacky cardboard box.
I also brought my 42 scrappy log cabin blocks so I could use the ample floor space as a design wall. The blocks were sewn into rows and I hope to get those rows put together today.
Look who I found in the Christmas decorations.
Here he is behaving himself at Sew Day. I wonder if he has decided to be good this Christmas?
Our fat eighths of Madrona Road are all folded and ready to be bagged for distribution. A huge thanks to Michael Miller Fabrics for letting all the Modern Quilt Guilds play with this fun bunch.
We only had five people for Sew Day, but we always have good things to eat. Brie en croute, crab dip, gourmet cheese, fancy pastries, and this Greek dip I made. I ran out of kalamata olives so I threw some green olives on top. There's homemade roasted red pepper hummus under the chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, scallions, olives, capers, and feta cheese.