Speaking of a bowl of spicy gumbo, did ya'll happen catch the hottest quilt at festival?
A stunning piece in person! Breathtaking details on this baby.
Please comment or email me if you know this artists name as I was too awe-inspired to keep good records. The light effect shooting off his upper cheek is....well, breath-taking!
What a raging time I had with the X-tremely talented, Sue B, Terri S, Vicki and Iris, who happens to be The BFF of my former boss, Dr. Ellen Friedman. I vow to take a week off next year to be the http://www.mistyfuse.com/ and http://www.fibre&stitch.com/ helper/floor sales girl extraordinaire! :)
I've missed doll club for the last 2 mos. We didn't decorate for Halloween and I haven't had lunch with my baby once this year. My DH was off for the week and studied for his certification and little else. I did happen to cook & clean like a wench all weekend over Thanksgiving...and a Bonus: I made gumbo to share with you.....oh, and I'm almost finished with this interesting piece of something to become a future...Katy Bag by http://www.lazygirldesigns.com/ or something. This technique is a mixture of Sue Bleiweiss' silk flower/Mistyfused layered collage with an article from Quilting Arts about weaved strips fused, stamped layered w/organza and stitched into cool fabric.
1 link of smoked sausage sliced into round pieces.
Add chicken to a big pot of water, add salt and pepper to taste. Bring to boil, then turn heat down to a simmer for 4 plus hours. Add salt and seasonings to taste. Add 1/2 cup celery and some onion in the last hour of simmer session.
Ewwww Wheee! There are quicker ways to make this but they ain't as good. :)