Have you got all your holiday ducks in a row? I'm working on it. The tree is up. Unfortunately, any picture I take - it seems all I can see is the wires from the lights. Sigh.
Other creative stuff is happening here and, of course, I can't show you yet. All I can say is that the scraps that have been "created" by this flurry of rotary cutters and needles will stock my scrap bin for years.
I went out of my comfort zone and even tried a 3-dimensional sewing project. This is the start of the Maker's Tote by Noodlehead.
I need to get back to making more scraps, but I'll leave you with this. It's my new favorite winter salad.
Heirloom naval oranges just came back to my local market. How good are they? It's like they are oranges to the power of 10. This salad is sliced heirloom naval oranges, diced celery, julienned celery root, and minced parsley. The dressing is:
1 tablespoon of Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon apple juice or cider
1 tablespoon apple vinegar
2 tablespoons olive oil
salt and pepper to taste