Sounds like I need to get to working on that crochet granny sampler, thank you for all your responses on yesterday's post. We're going to have some fun. Go at your own pace, learn as you go. Don't be scared.
Last Saturday, Emma and I stopped by Katie's book signing at The Quilting Loft (which, by the way, has moved across the street from where they were in Ballard into a new, light-filled large space with lots of parking).
This is "Blind Co-Pilot", my favorite quilt in the book.
Peter and I also had a really lovely dinner at Momiji in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle. We've been wanting to go for quite a while, as the lovely Momiji logo was a Story Trading branding project (one of the prettiest logos I've seen, if I do say so).
There is a traditional Japanese garden in an atrium area in the very middle of the restaurant, absolutely beautiful.
Peter convinced Stephen, the owner, that the wall in the bar needed this selection of his childhood family photos. He dug them out for him, Peter put a grouping together, then enlarged and framed them. They are so perfect in this space.
The food was absolutely wonderful, every bit of it. We shared a few delicious dishes, had a drink, and then went down the street to D'Ambrosio Gelato on Emma's recommendation. Um, that girl knows her gelato. It was damn-broisio good.