I had originally planned on using this leftover piece of fabric . . .
(purchased and used originally for the table runner down there somewhere:)
on the back of my mini harvest banner. But it's *such* a lovely piece of fabric, I couldn't bear to put it on the back of something . . . so instead, I used it here:
A girl can never have too many aprons, can she? Plus it'll be perfect for cooking/serving Thanksgiving dinner!
I was pleased I'd used a yard (for the apron and then again for the new backing and binding on the mini-harvest piece). Here's the stash report I'll be linking up to Patchwork Times:
rogue quilter, sent my way!!
Isn't it pretty? And totally me! I've already used some of it.
In a manner of speaking, anyway. We celebrated June's 2nd birthday yesterday, and the snowflake piece was perfect under her birthday cake! (Can you guess what the theme was??!!)
I also went ahead, based on many of your comments, purchased the cardstock pieces for the POTC blocks.
This will be my slow stitching today! Whoohoo!! I can't wait to see this block come 'alive'!
On a final and very proud note, I'd like to introduce my nephew, Nick:
Who graduated on Friday from United States Marine Corps boot camp! Very proud of this handsome young man -- OOHRAH!