First things first...Before I tell you about this Pile of Posh, I want to thank you for the Pretty in Pink love notes. I'm not proud to report this, but I didn't respond to a single comment. We were on a little road trip to Newport, Oregon. Internet access and my time were a lot more limited than I'd anticipated. Plus it is really hard to type when your fingers feel like frozen fish sticks. The weather did not cooperate with us. It was unseasonably cold and foggy. Cold as in 56* for the high. Foggy as in I can't see you unless you are holding my hand. Oh, I forgot to mention the whipping wind ocean breezes that stirred that cold moist air into a whirlwind of nastiness invigoration that made the temperature feel at least ten degrees cooler than it really was. I've been to the Oregon coast at least a dozen times. Never, never, never has it been this cold, even when we used to go in October! Fear not, though, we bundled up in all the clothes we brought and had fun anyway. My girls will never again question me when I tell them to pack some long pants "just in case". Their "just in case" pants got a 4-day workout. Gross, huh?
I took this pile of posh pillowcases with me to work on in the car. It's a long drive so they are all done now. I've also worked up a crochet edging pattern that I will share with you soon. I know I said I would share this pattern with you, but I spoke typed out of turn. After I opened my big mouth, I remembered that this pattern is not mine to share. It can be found in the book Crochet Adorned by Linda Permann. It's called Looped X's on page 120. I hope that helps those of you that were interested.
I'm off to fold another load of vacation laundry. There isn't quite as much of it as usual since the girls wore the same clothes four days in a row. There's always a silver lining, isn't there?