Catherine Whall Smith wonders . . . Do you have one of these?

It’s 2018 and this is my 9th yearly Thanksgiving post. Here is our dining room table almost ready for our family and friends. Those of you who host the yearly Thanksgiving feast know that it takes several trips to the grocery store and a few days to get all the food prepped, cooked, and ready to serve. Along with these tasks I have also been hand quilting my latest Transfusion piece. Titled “Transfusion in TWO PARTS” – each section is roughly 30 x 72 with several 6 inch strips that randomly connect the sections. The size of this piece continues my reflective journey in my Art “Does Size Matter?”. My hope is that the size of this piece will matter – as I plan to find a show with size specifications large enough that I will be able to enter this piece.  I will keep you posted on that idea.

My Thanksgiving turkeys this year will also be in two parts; One Whole Turkey and One Whole Turkey Breast.   Thursday morning I will put the whole turkey in my “Hand=Me=Down=Family=Heirloom=Turkey=Roasting=Pan” that was a gift to me many years ago. It cooks a perfect turkey with very little to do but just uncover the turkey towards the end of the process to bake the skin to a golden brown. I haven’t seen anything like it in the stores so I just decided to do a google search and there it was on EBay.  WEAR-EVER 5P LARGE ALUMINUM THANKSGIVING HAM TURKEY ROAST ROASTING PAN US $85.50 and here is what it looks like in the EBAY ad. It looks in very good condition.  You may want to consider it for your next Turkey dinner. A Happy Thanksgiving to You, Your Family, and Your Friends! Stay warm it’s suppose to be the coldest Thanksgiving on record.      Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!

 

 


                           

 

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About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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One Response to Catherine Whall Smith wonders . . . Do you have one of these?

  1. fabricmuseum says:

    Love your orange tablecloth! Happy Thanksgiving!

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