Monday, April 27, 2009

some weekend goodness

~a $2 rosemary plant from the supermarket~
~homemade yogurt~
~the violets in bloom~
~some hollyhock seeds started~

~some buttons found so I can finish the blouse~

~and a new pattern...

...all cut out and ready to start sewing~

Hope you had a good weekend!













39 comments:

  1. This looks fabulous. I can't wait to see what the pattern looks like on!

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  2. Looks like you had yourself a great weekend. I have almost purchased that same patterned a couple different time. Please let me know how you like it.

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  3. Oh, I'd love to see the pattern finished!

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  4. Don't you love spring plants! Can't wait to see the finished project.

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  5. I too have been eyeing that pattern for a while. I love it and can't wait to see yours!! I'll have to check my local supermarket for a rosemary plant!!

    Can't wait for pics!

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  6. Ooooh....I can't wait to see your new project!

    Many Blessings,
    M.

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  7. Oh Deb! Lots of good things happening your way! Sweet pattern...can't wait to see it done. And Rosemary is on my "to buy" list this week. It is one herb I use weekly.

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  8. that's a lovely blue blouse - the collar looks so sweet - what pattern did you use?

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  9. Love your fabric and can't wait to see it finished. I started sewing a little something for my soon to be three years old granddaughter this morning. Sewing just does the heart good, doesn't it?

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  10. The blouse looks beautiful. Are you making the dress or the top? I would love to see both on you.

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  11. You must be feeling better!

    We have violets here on our land, and I love how tiny their flowers are, but how tough the plants can be! Our huge dogs trample them, but every spring they come right back.

    Your weekend looks like a happy one :)

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  12. Dear Deb,

    I see you were as busy as I was here in the cottage.

    The blouse fabric is so lovely! The homemade yogurt...yumm!

    I have seen this pattern before, show pictures when done.

    blessings,

    Lady M

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  13. Looks like a great weekend!
    Super cute pattern! Can't wait to see the finished product!
    e.

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  14. A most satisfying weekend!

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  15. Fun! Love the photos and tidbits. Hope you're having a blessed week.
    Linda

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  16. Great looking pattern, you will have to share if you make it xoxox Clarice

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  17. It looks like you had a wonderful weekend. I just love Spring and the newness of everything. Rosemary is so nice and I love the Violets and Hollyhocks. I can't wait to see your new dress complete :)
    I have a recipe for Violet Jelly if you are interested Deb :)

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  18. Love the Prairie Girl pattern & the blue and white fabric you chose Deb. What a great weekend you had!

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  19. Love your new dress pattern! A new sewing project for spring. What could be better??

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  20. Wow! What a pretty and colorful post. It brought a smile to my face!

    The violets are beautiful, and the leaves so green! Pretty. I need to start Hollyhocks, they do well here.

    How long how you been making yogurt? Does that machine work well? I have never heard of it.

    The pattern is very nice as well.:)

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  21. Love that Pattern! cant wait to see it finished up. Now I'm off to see if I can find it on ebay!
    Love your blog
    Cyndi

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  22. Looks like you've got some good things started! Looking forward to the results.

    Jody

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  23. Loved visiting your blog tonight! Got some great ideas...I will be back!

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  24. Lovely post! I love making my own yogurt too. We use the Eurocuisine model.

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  25. That pattern looks so cute. Can't wait to see what it looks like.

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  26. I love your blog! It has been fun looking thru it. It looks like you had a fun Weekend! That is always a great way to start off a good week!
    Have A Great Day!
    Jennifer

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  27. Did you know you can make yogurt (or kefir) with a towel and a heating pad? I love homemade yogurt.

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  28. Oooh, I like that pattern! Time for a google search!

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  29. Cute dress pattern. Love the plants, I'll have to post how are seeds have sprouted!
    Have alovely monday
    Niki

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  30. Hollyhocks are my favorite flower I have them growing everywhere. How difficult is it to make homemade yogurt? I've always wanted to try...can you make it without the machine? Love that dress pattern too!

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  31. Hollyhocks are my favorite flower I have them growing everywhere. How difficult is it to make homemade yogurt? I've always wanted to try...can you make it without the machine? Love that dress pattern too!

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  32. Lovely post! I love making my own yogurt too. We use the Eurocuisine model.

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  33. Love the Prairie Girl pattern & the blue and white fabric you chose Deb. What a great weekend you had!

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  34. Looks like a great weekend!
    Super cute pattern! Can't wait to see the finished product!
    e.

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  35. that's a lovely blue blouse - the collar looks so sweet - what pattern did you use?

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  36. Oh Deb! Lots of good things happening your way! Sweet pattern...can't wait to see it done. And Rosemary is on my "to buy" list this week. It is one herb I use weekly.

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  37. Don't you love spring plants! Can't wait to see the finished project.

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  38. Looks like you had yourself a great weekend. I have almost purchased that same patterned a couple different time. Please let me know how you like it.

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  39. This looks fabulous. I can't wait to see what the pattern looks like on!

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