Originally Posted by crafterrn1
Try this blog! Luann
Originally Posted by Barb in Louisiana
SW Decoratives has a lot of Southwestern type patterns that could give you ideas. http://www.swdecoratives.com/index.php
This page has some free applique patterns. http://www.freeapplique.com/southwestpatterns.html
J Michelle Watts is another great southwest designer. http://www.jmichellewatts.com/
If you go to Google or Yahoo and search for Southwest quilt patterns, you will get a lot of images to choose from.
Originally Posted by Suzette316
I achieve 'heavy', 'light', or 'medium' starch by making my own. To make a medium starch, dilute 1 teaspoon of corn starch in a tablespoon or two of cool water in a 2 cup Pyrex measuring cup. Add 1 cup boiling water and stir well then add 1 cup cool water and stir well. Pour into a spritzer bottle and there you go! Two cups of medium starch.
For light starch, make it with less corn starch, for heavy starch, add up to a tablespoon.
Spray the front of your fabric and
Originally Posted by Julie in NM
May look like a lot of work but so darn cute anyway!
Originally Posted by EasyPeezy
Originally Posted by bearisgray
I've never heard of 'danger pudding' either?
I have seen several dessert and/or cake recipes that use it.
I had to google it. Found out it's dulce de leche. I guess "danger pudding"
would be an appropriate name if you did it the dangerous way.
Personally, I enjoy condensed milk on its own...yum. LOL
Haven't had it in years.
Originally Posted by calla
The beginning and the end................ yea they need to be resized thanks for the link....calla
Originally Posted by lovetoquilt
Hope this works this time. My son had to help me.