I feel like I'm on a compressed schedule today because tonight is the beginning of Passover. I find this sense of being rushed a little disconcerting because I'm not actually hurried today. This is the first year possibly ever that I have been invited out for both seders. It's odd and also amazingly liberating. I'm only responsible for a few side dishes. Surprisingly though I feel pressed for time. I'm guessing it's an innate response based on years of actually being pressed for time the day of the first seder.
No matter. I'm going to take a deep breath and leisurely announce the winner of Jennifer Casa's book, TYV: Crafting with Kids.
It's Katy. She wrote:
Those scribblers look too fun! I LOVE doing art projects with my boys outside. Their favorite is finger painting- usually with paints but sometimes we use edible things like jell-o and pudding. The messier the better! I'm super excited we are expecting a girl to join in our messy but super fun art projects!
Congratulations Katy! Email me your address at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll see to it that you get your book faster than I can clean all the endless matzah crumbs that will litter my house over the next week.
I'll be absent from this space tomorrow and Wednesday, but I'll be back on Thursday to promote a couple of things. First, I've got a new project featuring Saral transfer paper that I'll be detailing as well as hosting a giveaway of several Saral sample packs. Also, as tesimony that on the internet you can be in two places at the same time, I'll be offering a free PDF quilt pattern over at Sew, mama, sew as part of their celebration of digital delivery sewing.
In an attempt to get you all excited about that and because I took the pictures so I might as well post them, here is a sneak peek of the quilt I created.