This morning I decided that I should organize my sewing room. Things are just too chaotic for me to function in there and there are piles everywhere so I'm sorting everything into cardboard boxes and shopping bags to get it all organized. Then I'll put it all back in different drawers. I rearrange my fabric every once in awhile just to get a look at what's really there. And I did pretty well until I got all of the Kaffe fabric into one box and then sat down and took every piece out again to "pull fabrics for a couple of quilts" I'd like to do someday. That was my "all work and no play" moment. So tomorrow I've got to put all the Kaffe back in the box before I start sorting again. I'm going to show you a before picture in hopes that before long I can post the after picture.
Before I started to tackle that mess I put dinner in the crock pot.
The ingredients are pretty simple.
Here's the recipe:
Chicken Enchilada Casserole
1 - 8 ounce sour cream
Small can of green enchilada sauce
Small can of chopped green chilies
1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
Mix the first 4 ingredients together.
Boil 4 chicken breasts (a half hour for thawed and about 1 hour for frozen, approximately)
8 flour tortillas
3 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Use slow cooker. Put 1/3 of the sauce in the bottom, 1/3 of the chicken on top of that, 1/3 of the tortillas torn up into bite sized pieces on top of that, 1/3 of the cheese on top of that. Continue layering ending with cheese. Cook for 4 hours on low in the crock pot. You can also bake this in a 13 X 9 pan for 45 minutes at 350.
I served this with a little salad and a glass of fresh brewed iced tea.
And what did I find in my girl cave?
This is a Four Plus One Equals Fun pattern by Lori Smith. If I finish this I'm going to have to pull up the leaves and the pink flowers and put the stems underneath. This must have been before Applique' 101. I talked a bit with Lori Smith in her booth in Paducah, and she is really a nice lady.
I hope I don't wake up in the morning and find the Hoarders truck sitting in my driveway. I hope you are doing some stitching today, and I hope that I can get back to my sewing machine and work on a project soon.
Thanks for stopping by!