Last week, I left off settling in for the
evening to sort scraps.
I sorted larger pieces from smaller ones.
I sorted by color until I found the floor again,
and then found myself surrounded by a beautiful rainbow.
Having decided on a scrappy nine patch design
and a color scheme, I dove into all those piles
and began cutting squares.
Lots of squares.
Those squares became half square triangles,
and today those triangles were paired and pinned,
ready for the sewing machine.
Tune in next week to see how the blocks come together.
(I can hardly wait!)
Well, after all the sorting, cutting & pinning
these homemade protein bars made for a delicious treat.
Meagan is right, her bars really are pretty tasty!
This recipe calls for coconut oil, which has recently
been getting attention mainly for its properties
that may minimize the onset of Alzheimer's.
I don't know if that's true, but I do know it was
interesting to use and tastes good.
Refueled, the sewing machine calls.