Thursday, November 5, 2015

We are going over

to Ronald McDonald House this month, so I'm working on my donations.  I have a LOT of fabric in this house and I want to part with it.

I started with pillowcases, mainly because they are just cut and sew.
Flannel seems to have multiplied in my house.  I have given away 3 meters to a friend for her worthy cause.
Then I moved on to burp pads because that is another cut and sew with a titch of  hand sewing for the evenings.  I actually cut 6 with flannel to spare!

I thought why not some bibs!  I had an amazing pattern but couldn't put my hands on it the night I was glancing around my sewing room.  It was on the bulletin board but it has been moved, so I went on the internet.  I found these!  Dribble Bibs, which quite frankly I have never heard of before.

What a perfect gift for a baby and just in time for Christmas giving.  We have no wee ones so I'll donate these to RMHH.  It is a simple pattern that can be found here.

I also have 2 placemats this time

and some pacifier bibs, which I must admit are not quite finished!

Karl and I took a little drive north of our Town on October 23rd.  There is a place called Rattlesnake Point (no idea why it is called this, so I looked it up!)
  Rattlesnake Point receives its name from the snake-like path cut by glaciers along the edges of the Niagara Escarpment, rather than from the timber rattlesnake.

I snapped a few photos and even though it was a little late in the season for perfect fall colours, it was a lovely clear, crisp and cool day and nice to get out for a walk (climb!) in the fresh air.  Enjoy!

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