I haven’t done any sewing for the past 14 days or so, thus Indiana is being featured again. At Yoder’s they had a section of housewares that had the most interesting stuff: 5 kinds of molds for popsicles, the old versions of Risk, Clue and Sorry as well as bowls, plates, locally made wooden spoons and cutting boards and a zillion other things you didn’t know you needed.
One thing I saw was a whole display of pressed glass serveware. OMG! I never saw such pretty stuff. It wasn’t expensive, but I could have fun with some of the serving pieces. How do you like that square cake plate?
Will I ever learn? The default palette has nothing to do with what I see in the photo. I always expect so much more.
Of course, I liked my first attempt much better. It isn’t great. I could do without the Kona Taupe, but the Morning Glory is wonderful.
I am not a fan of the Midnight but otherwise the third palette is much better. The Sage and Aqua really add to this palette.
The Palette Builder is a great and fun tool. Try it out! Let me know if you make anything with any of these palettes.