Thursday, December 1, 2011

Questions I ask myself


Will my frozen pizza dough be thawed and have had time to rise before dinnertime?



And, what should I do with the above stack of fabric?  I love the colors and want to make a show stopper of a quilt.  Suggestions?

-dana

24 comments:

Lee D said...

yes the dough will be fine. yesterday i had to cook the roast at 8:30 am as I was busy the rest of the day. your fabrics are breath taking, sorry no fabulous ideas from me.

Jacque. said...

ohmygosh...that fabric is gorgeous!!! No suggestions...just wanted to say that. And, as far as the pizza dough goes...who really knows? Big help aren't I.

Kim said...

Those fabrics will speak to you soon......you don't need advise from me your quilts are always amazing!

Happy Pizza......what time should we arrive?

Rebecca Maples said...

Not sure about the dough, but the fabric WOW!!! I know you guys are already doing Dresdens, but that is the first thing that comes to mind. Or maybe a kaleidoscope quilt? What ever you decide to do I know it will be AMAZING!!

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

Such fresh looking fabric, love the colors! I'm sure you will do good with it! Keep us posted.

JacquieLH said...

How about a jewel box quilt? The fabulous bright colors against the gray would look fabulous probably.

Good luck on the pizza!

badlandsquilts said...

Yummy fabric, love those grays. Back in the days of large console TVs my mom would put her bread dough in bowl covered with a damp dish towel in the sun on the TV.

Trudi said...

Whilst you wait for the dough to defrost, you could always package up the fabric and send it to me! lol It is rather gorgeous! It will speak to you soon I'm sure :) Whatever you decide to make it will be wonderful, that's a given!

**nicke... said...

three words... double wedding ring!

or two words... pickle dish.

or one word... stars.

tara said...

Cluck cluck sew's kaleidascope pattern?

Jennifer @ Ellison Lane Quilts said...

Swoon?
and pizza yum- do you make your own sauce too with all of those tomatoes you had this summer?

Sara said...

My absolute favorite line!!! Make a Swoon quilt! Send me the scraps??? lol

Enjoy that pizza!

CitricSugar said...

It reminds me of 50's: sock hops, chrome-rimmed kitchen tables with lattice topped pies, strawberry malts, candy-coloured diner stools, aprons and retro-goodness. But there's just enough grey to keep it grounded in modern times... Good luck - I'm sure it'll be beautiful. :-)

Erin @ Why Not Sew? Quilts said...

I just had my stack similar to this out last night! Anything with these will be a show stopper! How about some Churn Dashes? Did your dough thaw in time?

Jezibels ~ sproutbabysprout.blogspot.com said...

Wonky Stars, you can NEVER go wrong with Wonky Stars!

DeeRoo said...

How about Bohemian Caravan by Patricia Bravo....someone just gave me the mag with the pattern...it could be yours!xoxo
http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/stores_app/Browse_Item_Details.asp?sid=333411637503334&Store_id=499&page_id=23&Item_ID=63919&Parent_Ids=

Ooohhhh....pizza....my absolute fav...any time, any place!:)

Kristie said...

All I can say is I am VERY happy with my DP quilt top made with the very same fabric. Just love that Ruby, I am sure you will make it shine :)

highpitchedbarking said...

I'm really liking the disappearing 9-patch quilt made from 8 inch blocks. You really get to see all the fabrics. Also the Sudoku quilt would look great with these fabrics - I might even use the grey/white polka dot as a sashing between the 9 blocks of the Sudoku.

Leila said...

I think Dresdens would be great, but you have done those recently...how about fans or tumblers? Jumbo hexies or diamonds?

I can't wait to see what you choose!

AnnieO said...

Mmmm pizza dough....


I second the Swoon idea above--big blocks for big impact! By Camille Roskelley

JenniferO said...

Is that Ruby? I have a stack of that waiting too. I'm thinking maybe Swoon.

Artfulife said...

I'm thinking make your ol' friend Summer a quilt to use with her brand new (found it on Craig's list) sofa! That's a great idea ;)

Susannah said...

Where do you find all this cute fabric? Loving the colors!!!!

Dena said...

Yummy fabric and I'm sure the pizza was just as wonderful. I have had a sewing block lately. Still have to finish a few wall hangings from our group. You did dresdens out of Hope Valley didn't you? Hope all is well.
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