Why did I have 20 pounds of tomatoes? Ah, good question! I thought, since summer is almost over, I'd hit the farmer's market yesterday (Saturday morning) and stock up on tomatoes so I could roast a bunch, make spaghetti sauce, and freeze it for use through the winter.
So much of Sunday was spent humming Guantanamera; cutting up tomatoes and chopping onion, garlic, and basil; roasting tomatoes; and making sauce. Now I have 10 plastic containers ready to go into the freezer--yum! Want to grab some of the last of the season's tomatoes and make some for yourself? I showed the steps and gave my readers my recipe exactly a year ago--you can find that post HERE.
While the sauce bubbled on the stove, I watched a little Sunday evening television and sewed up another 30 sashing strips for the Pie in the Sky quilt (Kim Diehl's pattern).
I think I might be ready to start sewing the blocks and sashing soon, although I have to clear the design wall first. I have a little Halloween project taking up wall space that I need to finish up. I hope you had a lovely and productive Sunday too, whatever you ended up doing!