My baby is graduating!!! Next fall I will be sending him off into the cold, cruel world..... of kindergarten!

We had his graduation at school and I could have broke down crying! I got teary eyed but tried to hold it together. I didn't want to embarrass him with my mascara running all down my face! lol
I see helping out weekly in his class in my future!  :)


Patriotic Pinwheels

If you are looking for the giveaway please go here.

I LOVE pinwheels and have been wanting to make a pinwheel quilt. So... Here are my first three blocks:

I used Riley Blake Stars and Stripes fabric found here. I just love the pinwheels print fabric!! Please ignore the bad points, I thought about un-sewing this but thought eh... I have plenty of time to do this later.   :)

 I cant wait to make more blocks!


Make My Hay...

Wow! I have been so busy the last couple weeks there has been no time for sewing or posting!!

My son had surgery on his eardrum and doing well but did knock me out of commission for a couple days!The surgery was to correct a hole in the eardrum, hopefully that will correct his hearing loss. If not he may need another surgery this time in the inner ear!  I am praying that does not need to happen!

We did have some fun on the farm in the form of baling hay! Always good times! I love how the horses stand in the pasture and give you the "go ahead, bale my hay look". lol

Hopefully there will be some sewing and posting in my near future... Have a great day!


Scrappy Dresden and a Recipe

I'm not sure where this cute little thang will go.... a pillow? part of a baby quilt? hmm...

And now for the recipe! Its simple.... BBQ Egg Rolls!! YUM!
All you do is pick up some egg roll wrappers at your local supermarket. They can usually be found in the refrigerated area in the produce section.  Then stop by your local BBQ restaurant and get some pulled pork to go! Heat up you fyer to 360 - ish. Take your egg roll wrappers (they are super thin) and place a small scoop of pulled pork in the center like a burrito. Put a little shredded mozzarella cheese in and roll them up. To seal them treat them like a present. Take a spray bottle and wet the areas you would normally put tape on your present (does that make sense?) then squeeze the dough a little to get them to seal. Place them in your fryer for about 2 to 3 minutes or until golden. Serve with BBQ sauce! The picture does not do them justice... these are the best! I hope you can make sense of my instructions :)


Liebster Blog Award

Oh my word!!! I won an award and didn't even have my Grammy... I mean Liebster speech prepared!! I am pretty shocked.... and honored!!!

Thank you so much to Lynn at KS Design Girls for presenting me with the Liebster Blog Award!
I have seen other blogs get this award and I am always so happy for them!! There are some WONDERFUL small blogs out there and I am so honored that Lynn thought my blog was award worthy!

According to Google Liebster means Favorite in German. The award is for bloggers with 200 followers or less.

Liebster rules:
1. Choose five blogs you think deserve recognition
2. Copy and paste the award to your blog
3. Link back to the person who awarded you
4. Let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
5. Have faith that your follower will spread the love too.

Five blogs I follow and would like to award:

Kelsey at Kelsey Sews - She's from Ohio too! She uses bright fresh fabrics that make you want to smile :) I found her blog through my Do good stitches group.
Kristy at Kristy Lou's Creations - She is in my hive at Stash Bee! She too uses bright, cheery colors. She also has another blog with pictures of a peacock that are amazing! Check her out!
Nicke at Kiss Kiss Quilt - I met her blog through the Do good stitches bee as well. She made the cutest Polaroid picture block.

Midnight Maker - I love her use of bright colors! She recently made the cutest typewriter tote bag!

Cindy at Spin the Bobbin - She is in my hive at Stash Bee! She has great posts and she make quilts for quilt of valor :)

It was SO hard to pick only five! Thanks you so much!