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Cutebuns Condensed OBW Class
Cutebuns Tip Toe Through the Hexagon classes
Cutting the Blocks
Try dipping in Evapo-Rust and then brushing with a toothbrush.I rinse and then blow it dry with my blowdryer just to make sure I get in all the little "hidden" areas.I recently cleaned attachments by putting them in a vinegar solution and THOROUGHLY rinsing them in boiling water; patting them dry and putting them in a baking dish in the oven on low.** Vinegar removes rust also. You just have to make sure you get it rinsed well. They are very clean and don't even smell like pickles.
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Welcome to Grammy's Hand Stitchery. My name is Barbara (Bobbi) Frame-Love. I live in a small
town in WV about an hour's drive from the WV-PA line. I'm married to the best husband a woman could ever want. We have five children, five grandchildren, and three great grands. I am disabled but refuse to give up and just sit!
In addition to my family and my faith,one of my favorite things to do is hand stitchery and quilting. I have 40+ yrs experience in this endeavor. I also
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Flaky Pie Pastry Donna Rickman March 2011
1 lb. crisco
5 cups flour
1 tsp baking powder
Mix the previous 3 ingredients until crumbly.
Add 1 cup 7-UP or Sprite
Depending on the altitude where you live
you may need more or less....7Up/Sprite
You can play and play with this - if it starts to get stiff, just add a bit (1 tsp at a time) more 7-up and mix, roll on a floured surface quite thin. Bake at the temperature required
Do I have any peers in this group?
I'm severely dyslexic and ADD. I have enormous trouble with space and direction. For these reasons (and because I'm so hard of hearing) I've never taken a quilting lesson; I can't follow a printed pattern. I look at quilts I like and recreate them by "figuring it out," that is, cutting up as many specific squares, triangles, etc. as it looks like I'll need and then either cutting more or saving the extras.
This works pretty