It’s getting close to that time of year again–deer season! Tony and I depend on him shooting a deer for our “beef” supply all year round. By this time of year I am usually running low on ground meat, but still have plenty of roasts. The easiest way we have found to cook them is to throw them in the crock-pot. Typically we can’t eat an entire roast in one meal, so I am getting pretty creative at making leftover meals with it. Yesterday we shredded some of it and made tacos…tonight I made stroganoff…tomorrow, I’ll be sick of it whatever it is! (Kind of a gross picture, but it sure beats having to buy beef all year. Plus, after 6 years, I almost like it better than beef. Free range meat!)
This is a project that I started probably 3 years ago but just recently finished. It’s a small wall hanging of what I call my Modern Flowers. I love the pop of the colors against the brown background.
I used bias tape for the blue spiral. I used a decorative stitch on my sewing machine so that I was sure all the edges were tacked down. I’ve learned that with spirals you can’t let the puckers bother you–they just add texture!
Have a fabulous weekend!!!