Today India and I visited a coffee farm. This farm sells the famous Kopi Luwak, coffee made from cat poop.
Yes, I had a cup, and bought some to take home. Apparently it has many medicinal qualities.
We tested many other varieties of tea and coffee and learned a lot about how the beans are grown and harvested, but cat poop coffee was the star of the show. I did not have cat poop in mind when I made my quilt I Love Strong Coffee, but it seems to fit the experience
When was the last time you did something for the very first time? #ovsneversaynevernovember #brantleysinbali #alifeofsimpleabundance
WARM QUILT WEDNESDAY! Quilts featured on Wednesday are large enough to cuddle up under. No wallhangings on Wednesday. In celebration of my love off coffee today’s warm quilt is Coffee With Cream Please.
This quilt is a traditional sampler quilt. The smashing and the corner blocks have a coffee theme.
Coffee With Cream Please lives on the foot of my bed. I find the browns and creams soothing and the traditional pattern comforting.
After an unexpected horrible Super Bowl loss by my Atlanta Falcons, the entire city of Atlanta is hung over. No one wanted to go to work, but duty called. Nothing to do but commiserate over coffee in the break room.
Coffee With Cream Please is the perfect quilt for this imperfect day.
Coffee is one of my true loves. I love the smell of a coffeehouse and the way people gather there to exchange ideas, to come up with the next big idea or simply just to reflect. Naturally, such a love for coffee would inspire a quilt.
Coffee With Cream Please is my latest coffee quilt. It started out as a traditional sampler quilt and turned into a coffee quilt when I found the coffee fabric. It is listed for sale in my studio store. If you can’t make it to your favorite coffeehouse, enjoy my quilt!
My quilts tend to document my life — the good and the bad. Coffee is one of my small guilty pleasures. When it’s hot in Atlanta, I just add ice.
Coffee with Cream Please is a sampler, block of the month quilt that turned into an ode to coffee, my small guilty pleasure. Coffee themed fabrics make this quilt special. Just looking at this quilt makes me happy.
My wonderful roommates — India and Brittany– gave me a Wii Fit for Mother’s Day. So now I am obligated to try to lose 10 pounds. My initial assessment of the Wii Fit is that it pretends to be all sweet and nice, but deep down it is the devil. After it asks you so sweetly to step on the board, it tells you your physical age??!! Horror! Let me just say the Wii Fit thinks my Mama lied about my birth date.
All of this made me think of my quilt called Starbucks is Fattening. This quilt was conceived because the ladies in my office always showed up at Friday staff meeting with a large Starbucks concoction while continuing to talk about losing weight. I just wanted to remind them that the two things are related.
By the way, feel free to comment and tell me I look great fro my age. It would make me feel better! 🙁