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Here is what I posted on my facebook page.
My first post on that group was this...
|Need to put on borders and then quilt it on my Coronet.|
|This is just pinned for now. I used mostly Kaffe fabrics on this fox.|
|This one was not quilted in this photo but, I had Mary Jo Busch quilt it and it is ready for binding. She did a great job accentualing the panel.|
|Part of it on the design wall|
|I used sharpie to draw on my ruler for accuracy in cutting.|
|This is the reason I started running. I was so excited to run in the Breast Cancer Run down|
at the lakefront in Sept. Unfortuenately because of a hip injury I couldn't run but I walked the 5 K.
We really had a blast!! I'm so looking forward to this year 2015. I pray no injuries!
|This photo was from the Run From The Cops race in Waukesha. That was my 2nd 5K .|
|Just because it is winter doesn't mean you can run.|
|Cut ends off BS and if they are large cut them in half.|
|Add canola oil or sesame oil to the bottom of a large pan. Not too much|
just enough to cover about half the bottom of the pan.
Saute the BS for about 5 minutes in the oil.
|Add about ( and notice I always say about because I am the type of cook that|
never measures anything) So add about 1/2 cup water. Put the lid on and
let simmer 5 minutes ( or there about.. Ha!!)
|Remove cover and add the balsamic dressing. Today I used apple and cherry.|
If I was a guessing gal I guess I add about 1/4 cup. Or a bit more.
It depends on how much you want to flavor them.
|I saute/simmer them until all the liquid is gone and then let them cook|
until they are almost burnt. They get black from the balsamic but,
I also like to burn the little outside pieces that come off the BS.
Sorry this is not the clearest photo.
|If you have a Breast Cancer plate eat them off of that.. They taste better|
and it's for a good cause.. There you have it.. Laura's World Famous BS!!
- Sunday, April 27, 10am - 4pm- Parkview Middle School, 930 N Rochester St, Mukwonago WI (See MAP)- Lunch is available both days.- Admission is $5.00 per day, $8.00 for both days. Children under 10 are free.
- A Quilt Raffle featuring a beautiful red and white queen-sized quilt: “It’s for the Birds” (picture available soon)- A Sewing Machine raffle featuring a Bernina sewing machine donated by Bigsby’s- A Vendor Mall with over 20 merchants bringing the latest in fabric, notions, books and quilting supplies- Quilt appraisals by a certified quilt appraiser.
To schedule an appointment, please send email to email@example.com, attention Bonnie,
and include your contact information.- A Bed Turning featuring 15 “never before seen” quilts from the Mukwonago Red Brick Museum.- A “Red and White” Boutique. All proceeds go to the Mukwonago Red Brick Museum.- Bargain Bins filled with new and gently used "treasures"!More information also available on our Facebook Page!
|Sewing over a seam that is pointing towards the needle makes for less slipping and more accurate seams.|
|Star made with templates from Common Bias Quilting.|
|280 curved pieces ready to sew into strips of 5.|