There are more pictures on Flickr and even a video!
update: I’ve written a recap of the whole trip in case you’d like to know what I got up to.
· comments  · 09-12-2011 · categories:misc ·
// Sep 12, 2011 at 11:56 am
Mondooooooooo! I love him :-)
// Sep 12, 2011 at 7:07 pm
(…and I totally echo marrije’s “Mondooooooooo!”
// Sep 12, 2011 at 7:27 pm
So fun! And I’m with the others-Mondoooo!
// Sep 12, 2011 at 8:31 pm
I don’t want to be a total bummer, I understand that a lot of people really like this show and your posts/project relating to it. Are you being sponsored to do these posts? I think it’s great when you can make money by being creative. BUT, at the same time I REALLY miss daily photos and diy-type updates. It’s your blog, and whatever YOU want to do with it is wonderful. I just thought you should know that I appreciate your more universally creative posts and I’m hoping to see more of them in the future.
// Sep 12, 2011 at 11:10 pm
marrije, Aimee and Beth – Mondo! Yes! He was even nicer in person than I could have hoped for. For serious.
Mara – I hear you! If you’ve read the other entries about Project Runway I’ve been open about my relationship with Project Runway and HP in the very first paragraph. I’m not making money, but I did get to attend the runway show which was an opportunity I could not pass up. In between PR posts I’ve talked about my lattice pie crust cookies for Styled magazine, bike rides, The Commission Project, picnic ideas, my panel at School House Craft and mastica gelato as well as posting my regular links posts. I’ve been trying to keep this exciting Project Runway opportunity in balance with what I usually post about. The trip was just this past weekend so the PR posts will be slowing down. I’m do apologize for the imbalance.
// Sep 13, 2011 at 3:43 pm
Megan, I’m from Seattle and moved in some of the same knitting circles years ago, but I don’t think we’ve met. Regardless, I would just like to say you look fabulous in these pictures. Deciding what to wear must have been very stressful, and you look great. Also, it looks like so much fun. Thank you for sharing the experience.
// Sep 13, 2011 at 4:15 pm
Thank you so much Cheryl C! Figuring out what to wear was an odyssey and I think I’m going to write about it. And red lipstick was a revelation, the right shade really did great things for my skin!
// Sep 13, 2011 at 5:14 pm
I admit to noticing your lipstick. It looks fabulous.
Hi, I'm Megan. I live in Seattle with Scott. I make stuff and give you tutorials on how to make it too. I also keep a blog of what I'm up to and links to good stuff from all over.
Lately I've been playing games with peppers, getting myself out of a hedge maze and appreciating some good cookware.
A Valentine's Day cracker filled with candy and tokens of love. Perfect because, after all, it takes two to open it.
Three ideas for Valentine's Day treasure hunts.
Rainbow Cake: Cake with a rainbow pattern inside, made as a Leprechaun Trap Cake.
Polka dotted papier-mache Easter eggs to fill with candy, toys or secret notes.
Easter Surprise Eggs: Hollow eggs, colored brightly with food coloring and filled with small toys and candies. To get inside you need to crack the egg.
Chocolate Easter Surprise Eggs: Hollow eggs with an interior shell of dark and white chocolate then filled with candies. One need to break both the shell and the chocolate to reach the things inside.
A felt dahlia pin for your favorite mom, with a secret pocket for notes of appreciation.
Flower Pancakes: How to make pancakes that look like flowers, created for Mother's Day.
Car Kit for Father's Day, full of useful items (flashlight, handiwipes, tire gauge, sunscreen). Turns you favorite father into a ready for anything superhero.
Star shaped foods for your Oscar's party, they also happen to be gluten-free.
Create your own secret decoder party invitations.
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