Yes, I'm scared. Do you quilters ever get scared to cut into your fabric? Are you ever a bit nervous to take apart the charm pack or layer cake or jelly roll, mess it up, get the fabrics out of order, and start a project? Do you agonize over a pattern, wondering if the chosen fabrics will look right or not? Well, I do all of the above. And that's where I am right now. This fabric line by Camille Roskelly is probably my favorite ever fabric line, and I don't want to mess it up! It's full of the beautiful reds, pinks and aquas that she seems to favor, and i absolutely love the combinations she has come up with. But, I am scared to death to commit to a project.
Now, the question is: Can I make that table topper about 4 times the size that it is here, so it will be quilt size? And do you think it would look good in the Ruby line? I need to get at this because Camille has a new line coming out this spring or early summer, and it looks like it will become my newest favorite so I'd best get this one done first!
Gluten Free on a Shoestring and replaced the gluten free flour called for with the flour mix that I use for most everything, found here in the Cooking for Isaiah cookbook. I think it worked very well. I can see using these rolls or small buns for chicken salad sandwiches, Alaskan salmon sandwiches, or maybe small sloppy joes.