Friday, January 18, 2008

Friday already !? Weekend challenge

One block for Thursday and one block for Friday :-)
I am marking on a spreadsheet as I go, and by the looks of it my count is wrong. I have probably made a block twice without noticing.

I tried to blog yesterday evening, but Blogger did not feel to well by the looks of it, and would not cooperate.

I did not sew other than half a thread of redwork yesterday.
I had all day lunch guests, and we laughed and chatted more than we stitched.

I served them a traditional "peasant" meal - fresh baked whole grain bread, still warm from the oven, strawberry jam and Norwegian brown cheese.
The house smelled good from the fresh bread when my guests arrived.

I am very fond of baking bread, bread rolls and other yeast doughs goodies, and I have started doing it again after a long break.
I want to learn to make traditional Lefse as well.


Here is a challenge I am giving myself over the weekend:
I want to make something from all of these stitcheries - a makeup purse, a toiletry purse half done for a class, and a tote.

As you see I have already framed the girl and I have picked the rest of the fabrics for the makeup purse she will decorate.

It will be the pedal to the metal - ready, steady, GO!

8 comments:

The Silver Thistle said...

The peasant lunch sounds sooooo yummy! Nothing like a bit of homebaked bread!

paula, the quilter said...

Those stitcheries will look darling made into bags.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

I am sure you will achieve all your challenges....you go girl...love the stitcheries.

Juliann in WA said...

YOur stitcheries are really lovely. Can't wait to see how your weekend challenge progresses.

Darlene said...

You are on a huge roll, Hanne. Great progress - very focused, indeed.

I always love your stitcheries.

mreteveian said...

You got yourself a big challenge there!
I use Windows Live Writer to blog my posts. With the program (free) I can write my posts and save them as drafts as long as I want, - so if blogger have a downtime, I can still write the posts when it suits me and not blogger... Made my blogger-blogger life simpler, so to say.

kjquilts said...

My husband makes lefse every Christmas. A few years ago I gave him a griddle, rolling pin and all the necessary things to make lefse. It is actually very easy. Of course, he eats all the lefse in a few days after he has made it!

Grazia said...

I love these stitcheries!!!
A bag with them will be fantastic!!!!
Congratulations for your constance on sewing blocks!
Grazia