Friday, November 18, 2011

Pre-Feast

Hey, it's been awhile. Sorry for the non-blogging. If only something interesting would happen and I could tell you about it...........

Basically I'm making to-do lists and shopping lists this weekend for the upcoming Thanksgiving feast. We're staying in Michigan. Polly is heading to Kansas City to see one son and his family. Her other sons??? Well, they will be here , in Baltimore watching their life long friends coach against each other on THE football game on Thanksgiving day.













Yes, Polly and her family have known all the Harbaughs since the boys all played Pop Warner football together. I went every Sunday afternoon to watch too. I also had the job as baby-sitter for the 2 Harbaugh and 3 Minick boys every now and then. I still have the scars to prove it. Oh, the stories I could tell.
They were all good kids, very good kids, but with over-active metabolisms and a bit of a competitive streak. All five of them were within 2 years of each other. Good luck to both John and Jim. We will all go crazy, hoping somehow that both teams can win.

I am in charge of pumpkin pie and possibly something else for the meal. (p.s. I have made this Sweet Potato cake with White Chocolate frosting before and it is a HIT. The poor ratings are from people who had problems with the frosting. Remember to have the melted white chocolate room temperature or cooler before folding in the whipped cream.)

What is your favorite dish to make for Thanksgiving? Just comment here (and give us all ideas!) and one person will win a Fat Eighth Bundle of Prairie Paisley II. Comment before midnight Monday, November 21st.

Laurie


113 comments:

Sue said...

Pumpkin Pecan pie is my families favorite ! I make it every year! I am in California and a BIG TIME 49er fan ! Looking forward to the game !

PB in Texas said...

I love the Prairie Paisley II. My "new" favorite dish to make for Thanksgiving is Banana Pudding. I made it last year and the only Native Texan in the bunch (we all moved to Texas from Ohio)thought it was the best he had ever eaten! In Texas, THAT says a lot! (and it was so easy... left more time for quilting)

krisgray said...

I love my grandma's oyster dressing. However, my DH does not, so I've been replacing it with a dirty rice recipe that is basically jambalaya with some chicken livers thrown in. I like that, too!

As a big Colt's fan, I know of the Harbaugh's but especially Jim H. I didn't realize they were competing on T-giving - hope Grandma can get the game!

atthelighthousequilting said...

My favorite dish is an assortment of root vegees such as , carrots, squash,red onions,yams and you can add green beans , butter salt and pepper then throw in a cup of cranraisins and bake at 375 for about 40-45 minutes depending on your oven. They should be soft and squash very soft. Mix in a little olive oil for good measure . It is so good and different from all that fatty food..

JaNeanne said...

I really like to bake, so a pecan pie would be my favorite dish to fix for Thanksgiving. A nice warm piece of pecan pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream - now that's what I'm talking about!!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!!

Tressa said...

I love making homemade cranberry sauce with an old antique hand grinder so there are lots of chunks. My kids like to help and though it takes longer I think it's fun to spend the time together cranking out one of our favorite treats and by the time we are done we are all very sticky.

Mom2RyandSis said...

I am lucky enough to have people cook for me! My favorite thing to eat is my Aunt Idell's Lemon pie! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Cathy said...

My favorite dish to make is sweet potatoes, made with apples. Thanksgiving is the only time I make it. But I think my favorite dish to eat is stuffing.

QuilterPattiO said...

I love it all, turkey, dressing and pumpkin pie! PattiO

Amy R said...

It's not Thanksgiving unless I smell sauerkraut cooking on the stove all day. I but it on first thing and just let it simmer.

Donna K from N.TX aka Quilting Bear Gal said...

Pecan pie. Pecan pie. Pecan pie. I love pecan pie!

Beth D said...

It's got to be stuffing and gravy. And the stuffing has to be from the bird!

Taryn said...

I LOVE the Harbaughs. Lucky you to be friends with them because they all seem great. Of course, the Ravens are my favorite team so I am completely on the side of John for this match-up. I always enjoy making a chocolate macadamia nut tart for Thanksgiving. We always go to my SIL's place and she does the heavy cooking and I get assigned dessert. Lucky me!

Jo Anne said...

Gravy. I have to have the gravy. I also prefer brown rice over white potatoes to go with it.

James-Linda said...

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
I ALWAYS MAKE MASHED SWEET POTATOES+ IN A FLAT CASSEROLE COVER THEM WITH A BLEND OF CHOPPED PECANS (1CUP FOR A SMALL CASSEROLE) AND 2TBS BUTTER+2TBS BROWN SUGAR+2TBS KARO.
THANKS FOR SHARING!

findusfaithful said...

Since everyone always brings calorie-laden foods, I fix a quick wonderful salad. I start with a big package of spring mix, then add fresh raspberries, blueberries, pineapple, mandarin oranges, sliced red onion and pecans. Then pour on a homemade balsamic vinegar dressing - Yum!!
Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for the giveaway!
Mary

DebrafromMD said...

I'm in charge of baking the desserts. My favorite is pumpkin pie but everyone else wants my pumpkin cheesecake instead. I will have to bake a pie just for myself.

Donna said...

I'm baking a 'new' cake: applesauce with hot butter sauce. Tasted it at last Bee get together and it was yummy. We always have an almost-Thanksgiving birthday to celebrate and this will be the B'day cake this year.

Diane said...

I just need stuffing I can do without the bird. I make 2 kinds-basic sage stuffing and a sausage stuffing. yum.

Nancy E said...

My favorite is Mock Mince Meat Pie .... no meat, just cranberry sauce, nuts, apples and spices. Have a GREAT Thanksgiving!

Farm Quilts said...

Corn Souffle is a family staple! Loaded with sour cream and butter and corn muffin mix....all those good things plus more!!

PamKittyMorning said...

I don't care about the dinner at all. Bring on the sandwich afterwards. Dinner is just a means to an end.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Marilee said...

My favorite to make is the stuffing, cranberry sauce and the pumpkin pie. I feel that I have the best recipe for mal three.

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Cranberry relish~ my DS even helps he loves it so much. :-) LOL Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

emmy said...

Pumpkin pie is my favorite, but sweet potato casserole is a close second. Hope everyone has a wonderful dinner.

Becky S. said...

That sweet potato cake sounds yummy! My favorite dishes to make are a sour cream apple pie and cranberry sauce with dried sour cherries in it.
Thanks for the chance to win.
Happy Thanksgiving!

LCP said...

My two favorite Thanksgiving recipes are a mixed greens salad with cranberries, candied pecans, blue cheese and bosc pears with a balsamic vinegrette. By eating the light salad, I have room for a pumpkin layer cake with cream cheese filling and a chocolate ganache icing........its a little non traditional but truly yummy.

Sandra Henderson said...

I need to get over to the island to dig up my sweet potatoes. Usually I make a pumpkin roll (choc.roll), wonder how a sweet potato roll would be?!?! hmmm....

Rosa said...

We celebrate Christmas Eve ,I`m from Spain, and in our family :we star with seafood, the main is roasted fish or lamb with vegetables and the dessert is fruit( orange or pineapple),turrĂ²n and at midnight a cup of chocolate.

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Kwiltsfl said...

I have never been responsible for the entire Thanksgiving meal and I'm in my mid-50's! But my favorite dish to make is a fresh cranberry relish - just a bag of cranberries, an orange, and sugar in the food processor. Let sit to meld, and then, yum! ~Karen

aztel2000 said...

I have to have a classic pumpkin pie with whipped cream even though it's hard to leave room for a piece! I made the pinterest bisquits yesterday and they were so yummy--thanks for posting the recipe.
Karen in Breezy pOINT

mckie2 said...

My favorite dish to make is Mom's Apple Pie - just like my mother used to make it with McIntosh apples. BUT my favorite dish to eat is stuffing. I even eat it for breakfast while I'm getting the turkey ready for the oven.
Thanks,
Susan
mckie2@gmail.com

Robin said...

I love to make pie; pumpkin pie, pecan pie, apple pie, banana cream pie, strawberry rhubarb pie, death by chocolate pie........the list goes on and on. I have a friend that lets her children each pick out the pie they want for Thanksgiving. They don't have to share, it's their pie.

Melanie said...

Every year I make a pumpkin cheesecake from Martha Stewart. This year it's just my husband, my two small children and me for dinner, but I still have to make it. Needless to say, we'll be eating cheesecake forever! Good thing it's so delicious!
Thanks for the awesome giveaway! Happy Thanksgiving!

Becky said...

Just one dish... That's the hard part. It's a hard choice between smoked turkey and pumpkin pie. Have a FAULOUS holiday!

Kathy in FL said...

My favorite thing to make for Thanksgiving is apple pie. Served warm with vanilla ice cream. Oh so yummy! I can hardly wait!
And I'll be so thankful if I win the Prairie Paisley II!

susan said...

We love sweet potato casserole. Thank you for the chance to win Prairie Paisley ll.

Mary said...

I love to make pumpkin bars. They're a pumpkin sheet cake with cream chese frosting. Yum!

Jane said...

I love my sister-in-law's cranberry relish. It's fantastic and unlike any I've ever had...yummy!

Jeanne (RED) Langston said...

All the receipes and desserts sound so good! My favorite is my Mom-Mo's "secret receipe" pumpkin pie! I still have the yellowed, crumpled paper I wrote it on, over 50 years ago, sitting in her kitchen watching her make it! Of course she never measured anything, thus some ingredients were "butter, the size of an egg" and "milk to make crust full." She only used 3 T. for each pie, so they were thinner than most, but lots of spices, like ginger and nutmeg. Yum! I need to frame that receipe/memory! Thanks for this great opportunity to win that wonderful fabric and Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Jeanne L. in MO

Nancy said...

Stuffing! It has sausage, onions, mushrooms, garlic, raisins, apple, and celery as well as a couple of eggs stirred into a couple of loaves of Italian bread that has been cubed up and moistened with chicken broth. Absolute heaven - and it's a meal once you pour some gravy on it!

Dee said...

Thanksgiving each year is at my house. And to be honest, the last 3 years, I've had the entire meal catered by Boston Market. My family is usually only up for about 3 or 4 hours and I want to spend the time visiting with them. However, I decided to make everything from scratch this year, but found out at the last minute that I'll be recovering from surgery on Thanksgiving. So instead, everyone is coming up Sunday and we'll go out to eat.

My favorite part of the meal is always the stuffing and the pumpkin pie!

JoAnne said...

My favorited dish to make is my Grandma's Dressing. We make dressing, not stuffing in our family and it had sausage, celery, and onion, and used bread cubes, and most importantly it is baked until crunchy! Not soggy. Winning your fabric bundle would be awesome, but what really makes me thankful this year is that my husband is home safe from Afghanistan. Happy Thanksgiving!

Moose on the Porch Quilts said...

My favorite is one for the children to munch on -- rice crispy treats made from rice crispies, chocoa pebbles, and M&Ms!

Pat said...

Love Prairie Paisley2!! The family favorite I make is a recipe from Midwest Living...a pecan pie with oatmeal as an ingredient.There is never any left for later. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

Sharon S said...

I found a good roasted veggie dish a few years ago. Broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, red pepper & artichoke hearts. It has a dressing you put on while it bakes with garlic & dijon mustard. Mmmmmmm, I can taste it now.

Anonymous said...

AMBROSIA! it just isn't thanksgiving - or christmas - without it. one year we were living with our three little boys in a remote village in congo. i had to be creative, cooking on a woodstove and having no electricity. but i made homemade marshmallows and with the local coconut and oranges and fresh picked pineapple it was extra yummy!

cindy b
mamamokonzi@aol.com

wendy said...

My family favorite is Pear Salad. My kids and grands love it! It's not Thanksgiving with out it. Blessings to you and your family!

Nyla said...

Crescent rolls and chocolate merengue pie. So calming to kneed the dough for the rolls and so yummy to taste the chocolate filling! I hope you thoroughly enjoy your celebration!

Sue in MI said...

Sausage stuffing is my favorite dish, next to my pumpkin pie! :)

Kristy said...

I have so many favorites to make and eat, but I was just put on a weird low oxalate diet...so I need that fabric as a distraction from all the tasty food. I would be eating that pumpkin pie if I could.

Sharon said...

Blueberry jello salad that has pineapple, nuts and a topping of sour cream, cream cheese, sugar & vanilla. My family begs for it at Thanksgiving & Christmas. It's the best!

Phyllis said...

Pecan Pie is my husband's favorite and we just got some fresh pecans from a pecan orchard. I'll be making pies this weekend. I love pumpkin pie myself.

mamabug said...

I will be on Blackberry pie and home made rolls (my grandmother's recipe) I make blackberry because my mom will make the pumpkin and I have to say, "No one makes pumpkin pie like momma"!!! Have a wonderful holiday weekend.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

My favorite dish to make for Thanksgiving is the stuffing! Everyone raves about it and enjoys it so much - and it's so easy to make!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I do love pumpkin pie, but because we rarely have turkey, it just wouldn't be Thanksgiving without one :-)

passingdowncrazy said...

Sweet potatoes with all the yummy pecans and brown sugar junk on the top!

Carol said...

I love all the little non-quilting tidbits you include on your blog...sports, movies, Masterpiece Mystery, etc. You can be sure I will now have a renewed interest is watching this game!
AND I love you fabric and would be thrilled to win some.

Carol said...

Oh, I forgot. My favorite dish is cranberry salad which is cranberry sauce layered with whipped cream and crushed saltines [to absorb juices] in a pretty glass bowl.

Dixie said...

Just discovered brussels sprouts sauteed with bacon, from my 25 year old daughter, no less! We also love cauliflower roasted with garlic and olive oil. But the pecan pie is the best! Love all your fab designs and fabric.

Dortha said...

I like to make a broccoli/ apple salad. It has broccolli, raisins, pecans, purple onion, and apples. It is covered with a dressing made the night before with mayo, sugar and vinegar. The dressing is put on right before serving and bacon is crumbled on top. Never any left. I love Prairie Paisley and would love to win some Prairie Paisley ll. I would love to see you re do American Primer. I just love that line. Thanks for the chance. dorthac@aol.com

rebecca said...

I love to make homemade dressing. I dry the bread and enjoy every step along the way!!

Susan W said...

Gravy. Really, it's gravy! I never (repeat Never) consume gravy through the year becasue of my low-fat eating. The gravy must be on my Mom's world's Best homemade mashed potatoes too. Mom is the only one of us (24+) who makes them just so. Everything else is just...extras! Happy TG all!

Monique said...

My favorite dish to make is Ambrosia-- a fruit salad gone glamorous. It has bananas, oranges, pineapple, maraschino cherries, and whipped cream! Thank you for including me in the drawing.

Nancyz said...

I have two favorites: my mom's pecan pie is the best and I always make sweet potato casserole. Thanks for the giveaway. Have a great Thanksgiving.

Me and My Stitches said...

My favorite has to be a sweet potato casserole that my aunt gave me the recipe for. It has crushed pretzels and cranberries and brown sugar on top. My kids loved it and didn't even realize that it had sweet potatoes in it!

Judith said...

I love to make turkey dressing with bourbon and pecans. It is delicious and reminds me of the first Thanksgiving we moved to Michigan. Happy Day! Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

Pecan pie. It was my Daddy's favorite so I make it every year in his memory. I love PP 2, so pick me , please..please..please. And go Lions! SWarren

Debbie K said...

Well, there is always mashed potatoes, but I really like to make stuffing. It's my grandmother's recipe and I only make it once a year. It would go nice with some new prairie paisley fabric. Yeah!

augustus' mom said...

A friend of mine introduced us to a recipe for an asparagus casserole years ago. During the holidays, I am always asked to bring the asparagus. It has a cracker and cheese base, mixed with melted butter, the asparagus is mixed with a "cream" soup, such as mushroom, asparagus or celery , then layers of the cheese/cracker mixture, finally topped with cheesy-cracker crumbs and baked at 350 until good and bubbly. It truly is a yummy dish! I love all of the Minnick/Simpson fabric lines. Thanks for the blog and the chance to win a bit of Prairie Paisley II. Have a great Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

My family's favorite is the homemade dressing! No one can get enough of it!! It is a MUST at Thanksgiving.

JKL

Mary said...

I make a killer apple-cranberry pie. I even make good crust from scratch! I also make pumpkin pie but when I'm asked to make the Thanksgiving pies, 'We need pumpkin but be sure you make several of that apple-cranberry' is always added! Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Ter'e said...

Now that I live in the heart of oyster kingdom, I need to learn how to make oyster dressing. I know it is something I would love.
However, one of my very favorite dishes is Sweet Potato Souffle!!!! It is killa. A hit with everyone!
And no, it is not low calorie!
Happy Thangsgiving to you, and all the family.

quilter said...

My favorite Thanksgiving dish is Sweet Potato Casserole....all that brown sugar, butter and pecans on top, forming a wonderful crust!!

Gloria
gyates625@bellsouth.net

Linda K said...

I love to make pumpkin bread, gotta have it with turkey dinner, for sure! I love my Prairie Paisley and would just be so excited to have some Prairie Paisley II. Thanks for the chance and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. ( wouldn't want the stress of THAT football game as a viewer, can't imagine how family can handle it!)

jmniffer said...

I am in charge of spaghetti corn and orange tapoica salad. It works for me as I like both of them and they aren't difficult for an indifferent cook like myself. I will be cheering for the Packers on Thanksgiving!

Kathie said...

my favorite dish is sweet potatoes with cinnamon, brown sugar and marshmallows....its the only time I make it so I always so go ahead and splurge!
Happy Thanksgiving and I am routing for a tie game :)
Kathie

Linda said...

My favorite dish to make is sweet potato souffle. I'd never tasted it before I moved to the southeastern US. It is almost better than pumpkin pie!

Barbara said...

Turkey on the grill is a staple here and this year I am craving maple-glazed Brussel Sprouts. Just steam the sprouts, halve, then saute them in equal parts butter and pure maple syrup; you don't need much, just a few teaspoons of each. They are delish!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

We go my daughter's for Thanksgiving. She always makes stuffing balls. I love them with turkey gravy. Yum!

Darlis

Anonymous said...

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I can't change the menu,I can always add something new , but never delete the regulars. Don't ask me how I know this!

Aside from the turkey and stuffing, for dessert it's the frozen peanut butter pie. It's to die for!
Shirl~PA

SheilaS said...

It isn't Thanksgiving without my grandmas cranberry relish which I still make the same way she used to with the old fashioned grinder, which happens to be hers. Although sometimes I add a little pineapple or freshly grated ginger.

Sally Hurst said...

My favorite thing to make is stuffing from scratch. It's time consuming, but worth it!
Thanks for the chance to win.

sue said...

My favorite pumpkin pie, candied yams, homemade cranberry sauce, rolls...oh heck the whole Thanksgiving dinner!

Laurie said...

hmmmm - it's so hard to pick. I love my SIL's artichoke salad and her cornbread stuffing; I love my sister's sweet potato cassarole; my husband bakes a mean pecan pie...you see my delima! The stars have aligned in such a manner that I believe (fingers crossed) that this year I will not be getting out of my pj's and spend the entire day sewing (we're celebrating "T-Day tomorrow) and this year my husband is fixing lobster for the two of us :) maybe a new favorite? thanks for a chance to win and have a blessed holiday - laurie

llsbaskets@comcast.net

Cecilia said...

I always make pecan pie and lemon merangue pie.

Sherrill said...

Oh, I always have to make the sweet potato casserole or I get negative comments! HA Thanks for the giveaway and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!

Joan said...

I love the dressing. Since I only make it once a year, it is a hit!

michele said...

Happy Thanksgiving to both of you and your families. I will be making cobbler and creamy mashed potatoes this thanksgiving to take to family dinners here in Kansas City. Both are very easy recipes and big hits.

Karen said...

I so enjoy making stuffing. And I prefer to not stuff the bird. This makes for a low fat stuffing and a moist bird. I like the variety you can put in stuffing.
I also make Au Gratin Potatoes (huge fan of potatoes), For the non pumpkin fans I make pineapple cranberry upside down cake.
I can eat pumpkin anything from Oct thru the new year easily.

Penny said...

Pumpkin pie & boysenberry cobbler from scratch ~ no fillings from the can. Also dressing like my grandma made saving & using bread from end of the loaf the last several wks. Guess these are special treats because I only make these once a yr when family gathers here for our annual Thanksgiving feast.

Vicky said...

I love smothered squash for Thanksgiving. Mom always made it "because that's what the Pilgrims ate," to which Dad would reply, "You ought to know. You were there!" Happy memories!

Anonymous said...

My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is Cranberry-Apple Crunch. It is so easy and so good. You can serve it hot or cold, as a side dish or dessert.
Yummy
Tina

TheLazyQuilter said...

Love PP and PPII :)

Favorite dish is stuffing because while the stuff in a box has its place during the year, it is totally YUCKY on Thanksgiving. Just bread, butter, onions, celery, milk, poultry seasoning. YuM! :)

Oh yeah - and turnips (rutabagas).

Can you tell I'm already getting hungry?

PS - I'm all about the canned cranberry sauce with the can lines in it. Yup. Hate homemade. I have no class.

Audrey said...

My favorite thing to make and eat at Thanksgiving is my mom's recipe for stuffing. I always make lots and put what doesn't fit in the turkey into a crockpot. That way there is enough for everyone!
Thanks for the giveaway chance!
Audrey
audreybretz@gmail.com

Logan said...

Mashed potatoes....I know it dosn't sound like much but it's my favorite!!!!

Marilyn C. said...

I enjoyed reading all of your favourite foods and wish that I could get the recipes to try.
In Canada, our Thanksgiving is the second Monday of October.
My favourite is the stuffing made like my Mother and Grandmother used to make.
We have turnip more than sweet potatoes. It can be combined with apples and baked in the oven or just mashed with butter and slat and pepper added.
I love anything paisley and like all of your fabric collections.

Marcia W. said...

Favorite to make is pecan pie using my mother's recipe. Second favorite is Ocean Spray cranberry sauce chilled and served staight out of the can! We will be crusing through football games on tv after we return home from our Thanksgiving mid-day meal. Thanks for the giveaway - your fabrics are awesome!

Carol said...

My favourite dessert is pumpkin cheesecake. Even my sons who won't eat pumpkin pie will eat pumpkin cheesecake.

Debbie said...

Scalloped corn is a family favoite here. We'll be cheering for the Packers to beat the Lions in the early game. Hoping we will be 11 & 0 in the end. GO PACK!!!

Quilter Kim said...

I love Thanksgiving and this year our 10 and 0 Packers will be playing the Detroit Lions. I love football games and will be spending the day with my family. My favorite dish is the sweet potato casserole I make with apples and brown sugar and cinnamon. Makes the whole house smell yummy.

Mary said...

I started several years ago making a butternut squash lasagna as a side dish and now it is on the menu every year. This year I'm added your biscuit recipe to the menu instead of rolls. Wish me luck! Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for the opportunity to win the lovely fabric.
Mary

Kay said...

I like to make pumpkin pecan pie. That way if you have trouble deciding if yo want pumpkin or pecan, you get both pies all in one piece.

Rose also in Texas said...

I love cornbread dressing, it is one of those items that I only eat this time of year.

Anonymous said...

Our favorite dish is Cranberry Ice. A old recipe from my Grandma. It's a nice change from Cranberry Sauce. I'd love to win a pack of fabric. Happy Thanksgiving! Terry in Iowa

Katie said...

My favorite has to be the main attraction, the turkey. I love it. I put the most time into preparing it, and eating it. My second favorite would be Martha's tarragon green beans. They are so good, but I only make them once a year.

Sue Tokash said...

My favorite dish is my sister in laws green bean casserole. No cream of mushroom, she uses cheese and cream of potato and lots of those weird fried onion things. And as a born and breed Marylander...Go RAVENS!

sndy1 said...

My favorite is my mom's stuffing with her pumpkin pie a close second!

Sarah said...

My In-laws always make the big meal. I really love my father-in-laws dressing. But, it is all good!

Sharrieboberry said...

I make my sweet potatoes with a homemade caramel sauce. No brown sugar here! Burn the sugar in a cast iron skillet, add heavy cream (and more sugar) and cook until it thickens. Por over pre-cooked sweet potatoes. Yum!

susanna@frontiernet.net said...

Oh my, I thought that I was the only one who layered quilt upon quilt, etc. on my guest bed! Merry Christmas to you and Polly! (I bet Polly has a perfect place for each and every one of her quilts). Her home looks beautiful!

Susanna Baker

Carol Ann said...

I just love free patterns and yours are lookin good

Mary Jane said...

I love red, white and blue quilts and you capture those colors more beautifully than anyone else (how do you do?) And I truly love your rugs and would love to win one especially ince I do not belive I could ever make one!

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