Today is one of the most beautiful days that comes along in the fall. Cool in the morning and warm during the day with lots of sunshine.
This is what my sewing room looks like after I finished up the Farm Girl Vintage blocks. While I was working on them, I leave the fabric out so I don't lose them and keep my color scheme intact. Now I need to put them all away, not a favorite task.
These blocks that I finished last winter have marinated enough and now it is time to bite the bullet and get the sashing made. Not a favorite task either.
I guess when all else fails, move onto something new, drafting a new block. I am itching to start something new but will wait.
I have been working slowly on some other swap blocks that I really want to finish up. It is on my design wall and I am not taking it down until it is complete.
While working without a pattern can be fun it is a lot of work too. It is getting there.
How cute is this? I am not a cat person but this will be used for a special person who is.
Brush both sides with olive oil. I don't have measurements just make sure all sides have a nice amount on them.
Sprinkle both sides with salt and pepper, the amount is up to you.
Next sprinkle garlic powder, again both sides.
Put them on a real hot grill. We cooked steak, took it off to rest and turned up the burners. Put them on for about 2 minutes, keep checking so they aren't totally burnt. Flip them over and do the other side. They should have a nice char.
Sprinkle on blue cheese or parmesan cheese and enjoy. This is now one of my husband's favorite dishes and a lot easier to make than a salad.
Now that summer is over what are you working on?