Monthly Archives: January 2013

COCOA CHAI-SPICE MERINGUES

What to do with an over-abundance of Peacefield Farm eggs… INGREDIENTS: 3 Large Farm Eggs (Whites only) 1t Vanilla Extract 2/3 C Organic Cane Sugar 1/2t Ground Cardamom 1/4t Ground Cinnamon 1/4t Ground Cloves 1T Powdered Unsweetened Organic Cocoa DIRECTIONS: … Continue reading

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For the Love of Chai

CHAI TEA RECIPE I find that ready-made chai tea is too light on spices for my tastes so I developed my own blend from spices I had on-hand.  Feel free to experiment with combinations. INGREDIENTS: 9T Black Tea 1t Vanilla … Continue reading

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Happy Feet – Batting edition

If you’ve made even one quilt, you have narrow strips of batting. Sometimes they’re just shy of the size you need for a wall hanging, purse, or anything else. WHAT TO DO? You can join these pieces of batting together … Continue reading

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Fashion – a four-year-old girl’s perspective

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Happy Feet – Quilt Binding Edition

The Problem I hate binding quilts. It’s the one thing about quilting that feels like drudgery to me. It takes a long time to do it the traditional way, and it is difficult to get great results if you do … Continue reading

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