Turkey Tracks: May 5, 2022
Eating and Sewing the Rainbow
Eating the rainbow at lunch today: roasted chicken and all kinds of veggies.
When I feel I’m getting full, I stop eating and put the leftovers into a bowl for my dinner meal. Sometime I just add more meat and veggies to the bowl and call it a night. Sometimes I add a tortilla heated over the flame on top of my stove—and add some butter when it is done. Sometimes I’ll also have a little dessert fruit. Mostly, I make an herbal tea, but sometimes I’ll have a coffee.
I am enjoying having my main meal in the middle of the day.
But speaking of rainbows, I just signed up for Tara Faughnan’s 10-month long Traverse Block of the Month—hosted by Sewtopia and starting in July. The project comes in two manufacturer choices (Windham Artisan Cottons or Kona cottons ) and two color ways. I chose the bright in the Windham Artisan Cottons. I love shot cottons. They have so much depth.
My experience with the ”Sugaridoo” quilt showed me it’s easy to make one row a month of a block that is fun.
And I fell in love with this colorful quilt.
3 thoughts on “Eating and Sewing the Rainbow”
That plate of rainbow looks so yummy!! I am really going to enjoy watching your progress on your next Tara adventure!
Suddenly I’m excited to try making a quilt one row at a time!! You have that effect on me, Louisa.
Oh my, Laura Kate. Thanks so much for ALL your kind remarks here.