And so, to show you my bounty. In Wenatchee, I did find a couple of things. I tried to buy two other patterns, but this is a very small shop and she didn't have the patterns - just the samples. So I will try to re-create them from memory. And so, I found,
|a cute little pattern - sorry about the flash, but it shows the picture best|
|Caro, what can you make with these cute little squares?|
I did visit the Leavenworth quilt shop. Again, they didn't have the patterns I was looking for, but did have a couple of cute ones, so what else does a girl do? Buy them!
I love the one on the right with the embroidered, covered buttons. I'd never thought about that - isn't it so cute? The hotpad pattern is very easy for an RV friend to learn how.
And so to the accompaniment of internet radio (Radiotwee) I made some hearty fresh soup for supper:
onion, leeks, carrots, cabbage, barley and some left-over wurst. [It was very easy Caro.] Also, I made pear sauce, approx. 60 ounces - 3600 grams (however much that is in kg.)
It's now ready for the freezer. And I still have at least that much left for other cooking plans. Oh yummy. Happy first week of Autumn, allemal.