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Thread: Making a goofy quilt

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    You must do a better job of peeling eggs than I do!
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    Grandma taught me how to peel eggs, many years ago.
    You crack them gently all over, pull off a tiny bit of shell
    AND skin, slide a small table spoon under the skin and
    roll it around the egg. The whole shell will come off easily.
    I used to do this with dozens of eggs for picnics, worked
    nicely.

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    Cute! I love it!

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    Cool! Be sure to sprinkle em with parsley and paprika. -
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    And mayo, sweet relish, finely chopped onions, salt and pepper,
    a touch of vinegar, yellow mustard.
    Yummy!! Then comes the parsley and paprika.

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    Funny! And I love it! Thanks for sharing!

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    If you had one empty white part, that would have been me...I only like the yolk!

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    What an unusual quilt. I love the pattern. I love deviled eggs too. Great combo. Thanks for sharing.

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    they need some paprika!

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    Yep, the plan is to stencil (or some other method) it on when the quilt has been quilted and bound.

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    Ingenious idea. Fun project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltbabble
    Yep, the plan is to stencil (or some other method) it on when the quilt has been quilted and bound.
    Have you ever tried beading? It would be a cool way to add the spices.

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    I love the quilt, and would try something like this myself.

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    How cool is that. I love it

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    Food and quilts - two of my favorite subjects - CUTE IDEA!

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    salt and pepper please

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    Welcome from Ireland. You made me smile.

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    No, I have never done any beading. I am pretty traditional. 100% cotton and all that goes with that, but I'll ponder this idea.

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    What a fun quilt! The picnic is in my backyard - bring your eggs and I'll have some hot dogs and tea ready.

    Darren

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    Oh my gosh!! great idea!! I would love to see the expressions on folks faces viewing this!! great work!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoyjoyMarie
    Food and quilts - two of my favorite subjects - CUTE IDEA!
    I very different take on a quilt!! Very pretty!

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    How funny. Good for you for thinking outside the box. It will generate lots of conversation.

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    What a great idea! Very cute.

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    Love teh quilt and welcome.
    ConnieF

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    Very cute idea!

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    Name it , "Eggs in the Garden" lol Hello and welcome from Maryland!

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    A quilt and a recipe, all in one project!

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