There are two kinds of people in the world, those that like cilantro, those that don't, Ina doesn't. Neither do I, Ina, neither do I! Just another reason I love you, Ina. Now, off to find your banana bread recipe...
So, Sunday was Mother's Day, and after being brought the paper, I turned to the Horoscope section. Yes, I read them, to the dismay of my brother "how can a fortune possibly be for the millions born that month?" to which I reply, "it rotates people, someday, it will be my day." A habit of mine, and I just like it for laughs, but sometimes coincidence really happens.Pickled Tink, a super adorable blonde (you should see her engagement photos on her blog) that has a lovely vintage shop with all the shabby chic trimmings a girl could want. Creamy whites, yes, rusty chippy stuff, yes, so perfect. I have always wanted to go in there, but not the shop for two mini men...(that I always have on my trips into town)...sigh. Don't even get me started on 41Taylor. A deliciously charming house, made just for parties. Gorgeous. I want to live there! Just wait and see. One day, I vow to get a real photo shoot done of the girls (garland) there.
So pardon me, while I do my little happy dance!
I did finish this. Last weekend, I swear, before I started the etsy madness. One quilt down, one to go. I will probably have to go into Reno to find the chunky muslin for the reverse, or just use the buttery soft Kona muslin I was saving for my quilt (and save myself the money from browsing my favorite store).
The large orange dots are from Denyse Schmidt, I also have the yellow dot colorway and I think I will use that for Hunter's quilt. It won't change the overall look, but will tie in the yellow quilt binding he picked out. My littlest mini man chose his favorite color, and it is yellow. The big guy's fave has been blue since I don't know when, and I have been hinting for Hunter's to be red or lately I just get two blues to save an arguement. So yellow...how perfectly fabulous and fitting to his personality.