Erin and Andrew's wedding is just around the corner now, and it's keeping the crafting hands busy. First thing when I got back to Waterloo was the wedding shower! There was a food and drinks table with jumbo straws that I wish I had stolen every time I have an avocado smoothie (a new favourite).
And a Bronwyn Snyder cake which, despite worries, was delicious. But the sudden realization dawns that I never got a strawberry...
Some BORING punch. Actually it was delicious AND there were mimosas outside.
But all I really did was provide transport and show up, basically. Oh, and tack up some flowers in doorways.
Hannah, on the other hand, cross-stitched badges for everyone.
AND made adorable cupcakes! So it's almost like you were there now, isn't it? Hm?
In other news, I've been helping out some since then. I got my sewing machine all oiled up! I am way more excited about this than most things. That sewing machine is a good reference point for me in life.
In any case, I brought it over to Erin's for some quilting madness!!!!!!!!
We got all of the rows done so it shouldn't take too much more time to finish, because of Erin's sensible choice of quilting method: knots!
And, during downtimes, putting together giant paper flowers has taken over all other duties. These are amazing. Instructions available here and I highly recommend making a bunch of these without having any purpose in mind. They're fun.