We had about 1/2 inch of rain last night and chances of more storms building up this afternoon, so it was a rainy day for me. I love rainy days as long as lightning and thunder aren't involved. It means being able to work on things in the house without guilt. LOL I got some deep cleaning done this morning, then cooked up several things from the freezer. I am trying to get things used out of the freezer so I can defrost it and start over filling it this summer. I found some dry beans that I had cooked a couple of months ago and some tomatoes. I threw those together and added some onion powder, chili powder and cumin. It was pretty good. I also found some spinach. So for our lunch we had beans/tomatoes, spinach, fried zucchini, and cottage cheese. I decided to try a meal without meat. Hmmmm, Kevin asked if we had any hot dogs. LOL So I have chicken out for tomorrow. (grin) I guess he isn't a fan of meatless meals.
Last night I finished the binding on this controlled scrap baby quilt. The colorful blocks were trimmed from the ends of a scrappy strip pieced quilt. The sashing is very old fabric that I have used in many projects. I think I finally got it all used up. Then the sashing cornerstones (Is that what they are called?) are scraps from a jumper I made for myself several years ago. I loved that plaid jumper and wore it out. LOL The border is some fabric that when I bought it, I thought , what will I ever use this on. It worked good for this quilt. Anyway, this was a fun project that I just started sewing and adding pieces as I wanted. It turned out a great size for a baby.