RSC & PHD reports are easy. I didn't accomplish anything on either account. I've sewn a bit but there were no quilty finishes to speak of. However I did finish up these Mood socks. They were designed by Hunter Hammersen and published in her "Silk Road Socks" book. Remember those sweet slippers I knit a little while ago? Those were from the same book by the same Hunter! Never mind ... apparently I didn't post about them. Guess I'll have to take a few pictures to share later. Sheesh!
Saturday, December 3, 2022
RSC, PHD, & Random Thoughts
Anyway, the yarn I used was a skein that I won from Invictus through Very Busy Monkey.
One thing I did finish was the October block for Illusions Sampler. I don't care for the sideways rectangles in the outer border but that's what it's supposed to look like. My friend Sharon made hers with the rectangles angled the other way. No improvement there. Haha! Our blocks will look fine once all the blocks are assembled.
I also wanted to share a recipe for homemade bread. There's no kneading. There's only four or five ingredients. It's SUPER EASY! Oh yes, it also tastes wonderful! I got the recipe from Sherri's blog A Quilting Life. The recipe is called Easy Artisan Bread and it was created by Spend With Pennies. I loved that it was baked in my 10" cast iron skillet. Such a chewy crust with a tender delicious middle. Try this recipe! Here's a picture of my Artisan Bread with homemade turkey soup with couscous.
That pretty much sums up my week. I hope you have a good weekend. I'll be driving to Cleveland for a funeral because my best friend's mother lost her 25-year-battle with breast cancer.
I'll be linking with Angela at SuperScrappy when I get a chance.