On mine, I added some impressions with a wooden skewer. I will probably paint the pitcher to make it look like graniteware or spatterware.
Last night was my local quilt bee meeting at a different Mary's house. I almost always take my camera, and forget to get it out to take pictures. But I was so struck by this little quilt of Sharon's that I got out the camera. I have edited and saved and uploaded this picture twice, and Blogger insists on displaying it sideways.
Sharon cut up a panel design and placed it in an asymmetrical frame of pieced blocks. She used a Lazy Angle tool to cut the triangle shapes for the cream and purple blocks. I love the way the bright rose color pops against the more sedate, cool greens and creams. She designed the whole quilt. Great job! I am going to be looking at panel fabrics in a new way.
This weekend I am attending a birthday party, visiting my sister, and playing with her grand-babies. Can't wait!