Saturday, November 6, 2010

Holy Fabric, Batman!, originally uploaded by jenib320.
My Mom and I spent the day visiting quilt shops in Ohio's Amish Country during the quilt shop hop! We managed to hit 5 shops and a few thrift shops as well. Not bad for a Saturday morning! :)

Vintage Sheet Wreath, originally uploaded by jenib320.
My scrap bin was completely overflowing with the skinny bottom hems from vintage sheets! I found a plain wreath hidden in the closet, and decided to dress it up! It was really quick and used up lots of scrap! It needs a flower or something, but I could not for the life of me get one to turn out nice! Shall have to try again! I'll be writing up a tutorial for this wreath soon, using top hems from sheets, double fold bias tape, or ribbon!

Biscotti, originally uploaded by jenib320.
Baked some Toasted Coconut Biscotti this week!

Cincinnati Chili!, originally uploaded by jenib320.
Now that it's cold, Cincinnati Chili really hits the spot!

George, originally uploaded by jenib320.
He sure does love his box!

Today I love the..
Smell of: Sweet cinnamon pumpkin candle!
Sound of: Harry Potter 6
Taste of: Hash browns
Sight of: Fabrics
Feel of: Fleece

Good Things about Today:
- Quilt shop hop was very successful!
- Finished four bee blocks tonight!
- George!
- Finally made some homemade pasta sauce!


  1. Sounds like a fun day! I love that wreath, too. so cute!

  2. love the wreath! Can't wait to see your tutorial. George is so adorable. Is he a mini rex?

  3. What beautiful fabrics! so lucky!

  4. you should put yoyos on it instead of flowers. it's aweeeeesome!!

  5. I have that same vintage flowery tin in the first photo!!

  6. You found Sherrie Berry Christmas at Joanns? Wow.. I continue to be in awe of youe shopping finds!

  7. soo are you talking about holmes county, ohio? i used to live there! where are you from?


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