Sunday, June 24, 2018

Monday Making

This week I hope to be hand quilting
a very BLUE quilt.
I'm not at liberty to show the whole quilt yet....
but this little peek shows I have my work cut out for me!


 I will also be eating healthy.
What would you make with these ingredients?

I typically add the vegetable to WHATEVER I'm making.
I made a stir fry with some leftover chicken and pasta with these.

The cucumber appears at the table EVERY night in a little dish.
Nothing fancy. 
Sliced or stick shaped.
It's all GOOD.
:)

Link up and share about YOU're making this week.

Hope you're all enjoying the summer!

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13 comments:

  1. Enjoy your hand stitching this week. Looks like you've gotten off to a good start. I asked for chicken kabobs this weekend with lots of veggies. I really like grilled veggies. Don't know what happened with my link up, I got an error when I tried to upload an image.

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  2. Oh, the blue quilt will be enhanced by hand quilting. I am looking forward to the finish. I would make a kale+bean soup. The cucumber would make perfect sandwiches or a simple salad with salt and lemon juice.

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  3. You really have a nice stitch on that hand quilting. I'm jealous. Although, I must admit I don't do much in the way of hand stitching. Enjoy your garden's bounty.

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  4. The hand quilting on the blues is looking fantastic. It's a great time of the year for the garden.

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  5. yum, I'd make a curry adding in some ground turkey, or soup. Love vege

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  6. I’m hand quilting a miniature quilt now and wish my stitches were as nice as yours! Maybe if I did it more often—lol. I lost my thimble of 30 years (I think the dog ate it) and am still grieving and searching. Do you like yours? I don’t think thimbles are taken very seriously by manufacturers (or perhaps it’s quilt shops) anymore, few sizes or styles that I’ve seen.

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  7. Fresh vegetables already!! Our plants are barely coming up! Your hand quilting is beautiful! I can't wait to see more.

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  8. I love to see people still hand quilting. It is so beautiful and will be such a treasure. I enjoy hand quilting but it takes so long. I make queen sized quilts and too many of them to hand quilt anymore.

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  9. I am in love with the glimpse of hand quilting blue against blues! Is that embroidery floss that you're using? It looks gorgeous!

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  10. Ok. Your beautiful hand quilting almost has me convinced to hand quilt my Grandmother's Flower Garden when I finish the top. It's so lovely! I was also thinking a stir fry would be delicious with those veggies! Maybe fried rice?

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  11. I'd grill the summer squash. Kale and beans in a healthy peasant soup. The cucumber dipped in a little ranch dressing or put on your eyes to rest them!

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  12. What we can see of the quilt looks gorgeous!!

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