Then I moved on to something else. I took some scrap linen with me and drew up a couple designs. The blue and cream check mat I did up because I needed to do something blue for this month's theme on AAPG. Nothing fancy, just plain and simple. The other piece on the linen is another mat with the word Harvest on it. These pieces I will most likely take with me to Colonial Day in the Fall. Getting a head start on some things to make and hopefully sell.
Jill came early on Thursday and brought her little girl Faith. Jill and her husband Danny foster children. Faith and her brother Dallas are 2 that they have had for a while now. Isn't she just the sweetest?
It really was a fun day. I didn't get as many pictures this time. I was actually sitting and hooking! The next morning I picked up Linda and we went to a few places just to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather. She had some gifts to buy and then we ended up going to the Antique mall in Fayetteville and walked around. It really was a lovely day. Thanks for the fun Linda!
I had to be home by a certain time and waited for George to call me. He was meeting me at the car dealer. I received a notice in the mail about a recall, and needed to be fixed. Picked that up around lunch time today and now I'm getting ready to head over to my son's for a cookout. It's a bit cooler than yesterday, but still wonderful to be out in. The sun is shining and I am thankful..... I keep thinking of the people in Japan and how long their days may seem right now. It just breaks my heart. How very fortunate we are ~
I also want to share an RAK (random act of kindness) from Sharon in our group. I am going to start using some of the linen this coming week. I want to do a freebie pattern from Betty. Thank you Sharon for such sweet gifts... linen, calendar book, patterns and a sweet pad. I'm still smiling :).
I hope you all are having a wonderful weekend. I started my Spring/Easter decorating and it's getting there. I don't have as much as I thought. But that's ok. Less to put away!