Yesterday was my first day back to work with all of my own supplies and things around me. It is wonderful to go away for a working retreat but it is also stressful in trying to pack everything that you think you could possibly need yet not take too much. I did better this time in having a plan and taking the right fabrics, I just didn't have quite enough of the right values that I needed and then part of how I was going to do my project wouldn't work so I had to change gears there and I needed a few extra things that I wasn't expecting. No big deal though. I must say that everyone in the class was willing to share what they had if it would work for your project. It was a great group of ladies.
Now to get on with what I accomplished yesterday when left to my own vices. I started out, after finishing my blog post of course, with loading a printed panel and quilted it.
I also made Texas Cavier for dinner last night. It is super easy and delicious. You take 1 can of garbanzo bean, 1 can of black beans, 1 can of whole kernel corn, drain and rinse all of these, put in a bowl, add some garlic, salt, cut some cherry tomatoes in half, splash on a little lime juice and season with a little chili powder or ceyenne pepper. Give it all a good stir. I like it with tortilla chips. Hope you try it.
Have a great day and stay dry and safe as the rest of the storm moves along.