Originally Posted by kwhite
This is the tute for the fan mug rug.
Start with wedges. These are 9 Degree, but any will work
Fold the top in half and sew across.
Turn them inside out and iron. Make sure the seam is in the middle.
I opened my seams inside of the point.
Originally Posted by wantanaquilt
This a recipe my sister gave me yrs. ago and the only one we use now. Matter of fact I have cooked two pots since Jan. This goes good with grill cheese sandwiches or just crackers.
Vegetable Beef Soup
2 -sm. or 1 lg. frozen bag of mixed vegetables
1-lg. can or bottle of the orginial V-8 juice
2-15oz. cans diced tomatoes ( I use the Italain style)
1-lg. or 2 sm. package of beef cubes
Salt & Pepper to taste.
Put mixed vegs.,canned
Originally Posted by Damsel in DisDress
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon seasoned salt
3/4 teaspoon black pepper
4-6 boneless skinless chicken breast-about 1 to 1-1/2 pounds
1/4 cup butter
2 cans condensed cream of mushroom soup, undiluted
1 package (12 ounces) seasoned stuffing mix, plus ingredients to prepare mix
1.Combine flour, seasoned salt, and pepper in large resealable plastic bag; add chicken, shake to coat.
2.Melt butter in large skillet
I got up bright and early this morning at 5:00 am and with coffee in hand started to read the digest for today. It's a little frustrating that the "new board" digest seems to have lots of repeats and not as many threads as the old one, so I started looking at the pictures section.
I came across a wonderful thread started by Grammy Dwynn which I enjoyed enormously when she first posted it in July - the Scrappy Quilt Show. Since she started it, this marvelous thread has grown.
Originally Posted by ArizonaKAT
Now you all are really going to think I'm crazy.
I recently posted a thread that I over did my log cabin blocks and ended up with an extra quit. So last night after work I sewed the extra blocks together to make a lap quilt. I tacked it up on the wall to decide what type of trim I was going to put on it, turned off the light in the sewing room and went to my chair in the living room to watch a little tv before bed.
From my chair, I can see directly into the entire sewing
Originally Posted by Quilter'sNook
I have a dear customer who loves making scrappy quilts & she gives me permission 'to whatever I want' on them! This is her latest quilt - a gift for a sweet sixteen.
You did such a wonderful job of quilting!!!!! She is lucky to have you to set off her work. Love the quilt pattern---any chance you can find out the name of it?
THANKS FOR THE IDERS I WILL GO AND GET LOTS OF STARCH
I went to an "open sew" yesterday with several of my guild friends...we had a wonderful day of quilting fellowship! I tried to explain to my husband why I would want to lug all my stuff to the library to sew with the ladies, when I could just go to the basement and sew. How do you explain the energy, creativity, inspiration and overall quilting fellowship that happens when we ladies get together for quilting... I saw some things going on there that I didn't even think possible. One
Well, I messed up the previous blog entry I guess, and I can't figure out how to edit it without making it worse... and, thinking I deleted it, by clicking the button that said that, I see it is still showing up with the TOO big pictures of little Ollie man.. SO, the next best thing to do is... try to repost the photos minus the commentaries because I am frustrated at this new blog setup.. Ok, so I said it, I LOVED the old QB, and so do not like this new one.. its why I don't come back all that
For the first time ever, my hubby and I went to Hayward, WI this a.m. to see the finish of the American Birkebeiner. This is a cross country ski race of 50 kilometers. This was the 39th annual! It was very interesting. We got there about 45 mins. before the first finishers crossed the finish line, stayed about 2 hours, then got hungry and a little cold.
I don't usually like crowds, but this was not too bad, very friendly crowd and apparently enough spaces up and down main street