Isn't it the cutest house. I will go by in the daytime one of these days and get a better picture for you.
I knew she would have it decorated so cute, and she did. I love the bunting (I hear it's no longer a pennant garland it's bunting).
For dinner she served the most delicious homemade breads and everyone who came brought a salad. I wish the guests would have brought there recipes too, because there were some really good ones. For dessert she served the best fruit cobbler I've ever had, and all this time I thought mine was good.
Here is the cute deck that is just off the side of their house. They just had a daughter get married and her husband told me this is where the band played.
For dinner they just laid out a bunch of blankets, it was so cute.
I love their pretty garden, it almost makes me want one.
Their dining room, so cozy!
Her kitchen was very Art Deco (I hope that is the right term). She had beautiful cabinets made out of gum wood.
So as you can see I was in heaven. I took as many pictures as I could with 4 kids. Remember a while back when I talked about all the beautiful houses in my neighborhood. Well I am super lucky because now I live even closer to these beautiful historic homes. And I go to church with a lot of the home owners every Sunday. Sooooo..........you can bet I will do my best to get inside of them and snatch a bunch of pictures.
I almost forgot, I'm so excited about this. I FINALLY finished a post for Moda. It's my favorite quilt ever. I made this quilt over two years ago, and have just put off writing up a tutorial for it.