Thursday, May 20, 2010

Episode 28 Show Notes: Cupcakes, Cops Curtains and Cascade 220

Prepare to drool....
Here's Red Velvet Cupcakery in DC - if you live in Tucson, there's one there, too.


This is the devil's food cupcake - with edible gold leaf on top!

Here's a pic of the Philadelphia Highway Patrol Drill Team - amazing display!


Here are some photos from the Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portait Gallery.


Coca Cola Quilt
Patent model of one of the first Singer sewing machines:

Here's the cute little washcloth I made for baby Jimmy:

This is the Cascade 220 scarf I made from 60 Quick Knits


The finished "Fiesta/Kaffe" rug



My two $1 Yard Sale Finds:


Photos of curtains to come later this week.

Also, for those who have asked, here's the link to the tutorial for making cool Blog Headers.



6 comments:

Anna said...

LOVE your photos.... I will be listening to the download later tonight.

I can hardly wait until I make a cool header... your photography is great.

http://nonniequiltingdreams.wordpress.com/

Nonnie

Anna said...

I had to laugh about your comments about making curtains. I grew up helping my mother hand sew sides and hems for custom drapes. She converted the basement into a home (sweat) shop. I used to get paid 50 cents to sew the sides and another 50 cents a panel for each hem length.

I HATED IT .... BIG TIME... but it gave me money when I could not go out and work because my school schedule was too help... I could sew before school and late at night..... so I did it.

To this day I do not have drapes or curtains on my windows if they can be avoided.... living in the country means I do not have to cause my neighbors are racoons and cows.


I enjoyed your commentary... keep up the great pod casts.

Nonnie

Stephanie in Michigan said...

I can't wait to listen to the podcast. These photos are awesome!

Kelly said...

Love, love the rug. I'm hoping to finish mine this weekend!
The typewriter brings back memories of you and I sitting at the dining room table the night before the school paper deadline typing up articles. Remember our first shared byline? "I Want My MTV!"

Katie in San Diego said...

Once again I enjoyed your podcast and the photos on your blog. For your Singer picture- a long time ago someone told me to aim the camera at an angle to the glass when photographing an object behind glass and then you don't get the flash reflecting back in your picture.

Vals Quilting said...

Hi again, jean I love your rug LOVE it!