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08 May 2011

Red-faced redux (with dessert)

I am an idiot.

When I was eyeing up and lining up my cardigan pieces, fronts to back, I was aligning the NECKLINE of the fronts with the ARMHOLES of the back.

Twice.

Had I unfurled the pieces -- just once...

Thank goodness I fully unfurled before beginning to rip. I did re-do the cast-off edge with short rows and live stitches so I could three-needle bind-off/join with the back at the shoulders.

And I made pretty good progress joining the LEFT FRONT to the RIGHT FRONT before noticing that the back... THE BACK???... was still sitting before me.

I had the right sides together, at any rate.

Lord.

I finally matched the fronts to back correctly, right sides together, and the deed is now done.

After my delicious Mother's Day breakfast this morning -- smoothies, strata, scones, lavender cupcakes, and red velvet cheesecake brownies -- I set it to soak while I did a little shopping with Kate, and then sat outside in the sunshine to pin it out.

Rusty delivered lunch to the pergola.

Can it be Mother's Day everyday?

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Here's the recipe for the Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies. I had to bake them 10-15 minutes longer than stated in the recipe, and I would advise heavy-duty aluminum foil instead of the cheapy stuff.

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Mmmm, yum.

 

Comments

I bet you are REALLY glad that sweater is all seamed! Happy Mother's Day, the brownies look amazing.

Oh, yum. Those brownies look so amazingly delicious. As for the seaming. . . some projects are just . . . Like That. :-)

I just bookmarked the recipe for these bad boys! We're hosting the 4th of July celebration this year and I think these will be a hit. Of course I'll need to test them out first :)

The brownies look "to live for!". You're sewing project mimics what I went through with my PJ pants. Who knows what I did the first time, so I ripped all seams and started over. Second time was the charm. Can't wait to see your colorful, and beautiful, Tempest!

I always love the IDEA of red velvet cake (and here, brownies) much more than the real thing. I just don't get the flavor at all. What IS the flavor, anyway? Heehee.

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