I thought I would stop by with some Easter Dress fun ;)
Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day blog. The recipe is delicious, and makes a huge amount of dough, so you can eat these for a few days! I served some homeschoolers who were here for an Easter Hunt (I found one of the missing eggs today, by the way, ladies ;)), AND for our breakfast on Saturday- with plenty left over for the next week!
The kids were up early enough to get into their baskets before I could get photos. My son is camera shy, so I made do with DD letting shoot photos of her. This is after chocolate managed to get on the collar AND on her skirt!
here in the Picasa web albums. And you can see the embroidery below...
I finished THAT part this morning!
For as long as I can remember, Easter has been a time I associate with a new dress. We always dressed up for Easter. Mum has lovely memories of my grandad making her Easter bonnets. My DD's bonnet was the Prairie one I posted about the other day. She refused to wear it today because she wanted to show off her bow though ;)
But all this to say, she was not the only one dressed up. Recognise it?
Edited to add- there is now a SEW ALONG to go with the yarn along for those of us who love to sew :)
Many of you already know Elizabeth- go see the sewing!