Sneaking off

We snuck off for the weekend.

While grown-ups talked about boring things, someone kept sneaking off.

Surveillance camera:

Yes, I know you’ve got a pocket full of quarters and you’re placing your bets.

I probably used to do the same thing. But I’m sure I didn’t have as many quarters in my pocket as she did.

Good thing the rides didn’t shake any quarters out of her.

Up, up and away!

Down here on earth, I’ve been adding feathers to Mr. Owl and prepping a pile of these:

Just a few more to add to the pile.

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow for my stop on Pat Sloan’s “The Edge” blog hop. I think it will be an extensive post…

In the meantime, be sure to check out the other blog hop stops where you’ll hear about first quilts, get some yummy recipes and much more!

Pat Sloan’s The Cutting Edge Blog Hop!

Monday, Sept 27

The inimitable “how does she do it all?” Pat Sloan
Kelly of “IHAN” Fame… she is the funniest writer out there!

Tuesday, Sept 28

Amy “NEW quilt book author.. oh yeah!”
Jackie “fabrics so awesome”
Wednesday, Sept 29

Julie “the tutorial queen”
Amanda “who pumps out projects!”

Thursday, Sept 30

Monica “lover of red and aqua”
Amy “you are here”
Pam “the Kitty” herself

Friday, Oct 1

Carrie Nelson “standing in for Miss Rosie”
Polly Minick and Laurie Simpson “the DY-Na-MO Sistas!”
Cheryl Arkison “A most Modern Girl”

Saturday, Oct 2

Michele Foster “master of blogger heaven”
Pat Sloan- Pat’s wrap up



  1. barb said

    Nice berries!!
    inquiring minds want to know, what what was she betting on?
    Do you remember the live mouse running in a numbered hole one?
    never be allowed today.

  2. How are you prepping your circles? Interfacing on the backside? Hmmmm.

  3. Beth said

    I want to ride the super shot!!

  4. Györgyi Varga said

    Hi Amy!
    Your blog is so interesting! I like the berries. I want to see them on your next work. Have a nice day! Györgyi

  5. Janet said

    You’d never get me on one of those rides now. How come we could do them when we were young? Your circles are perfect.

  6. julie love said

    OMG! Once upon a time, I would have LOVED that ride — now I just get excited over fabric! And, what perfect circles. . .do we get to see the finished product? Pretty please? I enjoy your blog! Thanks!

  7. The rulers look fantastic….can’t wait to use them on cutting out a quilt!

    Vanessa in Oklahoma

  8. Mary Val said

    I be right in that line, yes I’ll do that ride; 2 or 3 times. Thrill seeker, he. That’s why I need the rulers, that would be a HUGE thrill :^)

  9. Lizzie said

    Curious about the red dots. I have a future plan to make A LOT of them and noticed how nice yours look. How did you make them so nice? Lizzie

RSS feed for comments on this post · TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: