Cutting up the carrots goes pretty quick using the slicer, once the piece gets small I throw it into the small colander to slice with a knife. No need to lose a finger even over a yummy homegrown carrot!
After the carrots are sliced I steam them then transfer to a dehydrator tray.
One of the little boy quilts finished.
I pieced the backing to add a little interest and save on fabric.
Hard to see the quilting, I did free motion quilting using the stippling method.
I followed hubby over to a friends house to get a photo before they headed out to "Daytona Bike Week" Hubby will be having a full Mancation week!!
This past week has been UBER busy with getting things done around the house, having the grands and working in a few extras I had my heart set on to get done. For the most part I did get lots accomplished but still haven't had time to start even one single Christmas project. So much for a full month of Christmas cheer in March! I might get to work in a couple of projects this week, for now the second baby boy quilt is ready to quilt and bind, I want the decks cleared before I take on anything extra.
The house is back in OK order after 8 full days with one or more of the grands, the yard is in good shape after SIL #2 and hubby worked a little magic We hired a couple of young guys to split and stack wood for us Saturday soooo glad I didn't have to be involved in that endeavor other than writing a check!!! I hit the grocery on my way home after seeing the boys off and got in on a bit of a deal for chicken breast we were getting really low. Then home for a little afternoon nap which turned into a 5 hour nap!! Holy Hannah I didn't realize how tired I was until my head hit the pillow!!!! Of course I woke up with a nap hangover but it was still worth it.
Hope everyone has a great frugal, productive week with a little fun thrown in!!!! I have decided not to set any goals this week, just go with the flow and whatever mood I am in.