It seems like I don't have much going on at the moment. I did my best impression of a kitchen goddess and tried out these cheesy feet. I didn't really like them , they were virtually a cheesy pastry but appealed to my sense of humour. I think I'll send the fun cutter to my grandkids and they can make sweet feet instead. That or look for another cracker recipe.
I'm also still making bread regularly and not only is it cheaper, it's not full of preservatives and other unknown numbers of ingredients. Who remembers all those numbers anyway and whether they're bad for us or not.This one happens to be a sourdough.
We've been making the most of some nice weather in the weekends and doing the odd day drive. It's so nice to be out in the countryside.
One shop I visited had some nice linen and a few fat quarters which I thought would be perfect for making pouches.
I was also looking for this book which I've been eyeing up for a while. When Nat posted her tea cosy, that was it, I decided I did need the book and I found it, now I just need to search out some wool.
The other sort of place I have a good time hanging out at is stationery and office supply shops. That sounds a bit nerdy but there was a reason for going.
This is what I was after, a trestle table to do my hand basting and any big fusible ironing job. The good thing is that it folds up for storage.
My little distraction this week on the sewing front has been this block, It was just a quick fix but I loved it.