Just a little something I put together. . .
. . .for my daughter-in-law Kim, who, when I posted them on Instagram said she liked them and “hint, hint.” I was happy she wanted some! They were for her birthday.
I used Malka Dubrowsky’s fabric again, as it hides cake-mix-on-thumbs really well.
I liked how the quilting looked from the back, on the heat-repellant fabric. Click *here* for a pattern and how-to’s.
My husband and I drove in and attended my nephew’s graduation from University of Southern California, known for its well-endowed education in an academic sense. In other words, lotsa money at this place. Congratulations on finishing law school!
They had a little reception afterwards and it was like a garden wedding–and delicious.
But we took off and met the rest of the family at Bottega Louie, where this cool-looking St. Honore caught my eye in the dessert case. Instead of trying to figure out how to get it home in one piece, I bought macarons in five different colors, and shared them all weekend with my husband.
But I have bigger news about this family gathering in the next post. (No, I am not pregnant.) Stay tuned.