Lots of new fabrics have been coming in for the fall season.
|and more flannel|
|Nancy Sharr sent me this picture of her first three rows of Bermuda Triangle. Isn't this striking?|
|You recognize this as our shop sample down with a white background. Customers are each picking their own color for the background which makes this BOM super fun.|
Haven't signed up yet? Call soon - Just $12 a month for 5 months plus background fabric makes a full size quilt!
Already signed up? Send is a picture of your first three rows to post on the blog.
|This is Flo's original design, featuring animal inserts from the Thicket panel. This bag is now available in kit. Purchase a kit to take our free class, Sunday, August 25, 1 to 3 pm.|
This class is in the shop and no sewing machines are required. You will find Flo's tips and tricks very helpful, however.
Call soon to reserve your kit and register for the class.
|We started a Sweet Corn Festival tradition, looks like 6 years ago, of potholder kits. This year, the kit is the green one, front right.|
Want to hear a great sweet corn cooking trick? This from Trish S:
This is our favorite method. Cut off the stem end, into the ear a bit to remove the part where the husks connect. Leave all the husks & silks in place. Microwave about 4 minutes for an ear, depending on the microwave. Add a minute for a second ear. If I remember, I roll the ear over part way through cooking time. When the ear is cooked, while hot, squeeze the silk end to push out the ear. If the corn isn’t done, it is harder to push it out. If it’s a battle, I pop the corn back in for 30-60 seconds. I wrap the end in a dish towel because it is hot! The silks stick to the husks & the corn comes out pretty clean!