1-2 pounds of any sausage (I used Johnsonville Italian Sausage (Sweet).
1 package puff pastry
Note: If using Italian or any sausage with casing on the link, it is necessary to remove the casing before rolling into the puff pastry.
Thaw pastry according to package directions. Roll sausage into one long 1 1/2-inch log. Wrap in plastic wrap and chill throughly. Cut pastry sheet into three sections according
I think I used 3" unfinished squares for the inner part of the blocks. What you select depends on your fabric's repeat, as well as its design. The pattern I used was Stacked Posie Supreme by H.D.Designs.
I bought this when it was 50% off at Hancock Fabrics. Now I'm not sure how to use it and can't find a tutorial for it. Does anybody know where the tutorial is located? Am really anxious to try it out.
Here it is--
I was just watching Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day program. She was putting together her American Barns quilt with a checkerboard border. She was using a wonderful strip quilting tool that I love. I've spent a lot
There is a free pattern called "Wickedly Easy" that I have made several times, mostly the crib size for charity quilts. This is a free pattern. Just google "Wickedly Easy".
I have quilted for almost 20 years. About 5 years ago, I started dyeing my own fabric because I couldn't find the colors that I wanted. I use 100% cotton, scrubbed and cleaned in hot water before dyeing. I color with 100% procion fabric. All fabric is triple washed in hot water after dyeing too. I dye color families, progressions of a single color from 100 to 20% saturation and fabric packs of colors for quilts (trees and leaves, sea and sky etc). I can dye from 1/4 yards to as big as you need -