Okay, so Dinner and a Movie I'm not. You'll have to use your imagination! :)
Patti shared the recipe for Italian Zucchini Pie with me the other day. (Thanks, Patti!) I made it tonight and really enjoyed it. I was so hungry that I forgot to put the Dijon mustard on the crust before I filled and baked the pie. It was delicious even without the mustard.
And here's the magazine:
This is a new online knitting (and crocheting) magazine to which I subscribed today. I enjoyed reading it and am looking forward to the next issue. It's a professional looking magazine with clear, stylish photos. There is even a Classifieds section where you can post free ads for yarn, books, finished projects you don't want, etc.
The feature article, Confessions of a Reformed Pattern-Slave (Freeformer), was interesting and talked about something of which I had not heard - freeforming. (You have to see the author's projects because I can't adequately describe them. They are very creative, colorful, and beautiful. There are more samples on her blog.) In the article, Claudia Dunitz mentions being inspired by Prudence Mapstone. Wow! You have to see her creations, too!
Well, reading about freeforming wasn't enough. I ran upstairs to my sewing room to try it. (I really need to rename that room since I rarely sew in it.) Freeforming is really lots of fun. I can see the need for more stash if I pursue it!