Quilt Cake

Quilt Cake

Post by J* » Thu, 06 Aug 2009 11:35:25



http://www.homebaking.org/baking_channel.php

http://www.homebaking.org/PDF/nine_patch_revision09.pdf
here is the recipe alone.

i didnt look at the video as i'm on dial up and would take forever to
download.
just thot a quilt cake might be a fun addition to those quilty potluck get
togethers.
nayy
j.

 
 
 

Quilt Cake

Post by Polly Esthe » Thu, 06 Aug 2009 11:59:23


Good idea, Jeanne.  We're looking forward to our family's only little one -
a 5 year-old who will be here visiting in October.
    I thought I would show her how to pinch canned biscuits and deep fry
them to make doughnut holes.
    And - how to take peppermint sticks and use them for stirring hot
chocolate and when they melt just a bit, they work great as drinking straws.
    I can ice a sheet cake and let her do 4-patches on it.
    Maybe next year she'll be ready for sewing machines?
    I was stitching on an SM at 4 but our little darling is not quite as
well, er, um..... cautious? as I was.  Polly


Quote:
> http://www.homebaking.org/baking_channel.php

> http://www.homebaking.org/PDF/nine_patch_revision09.pdf
> here is the recipe alone.

> i didnt look at the video as i'm on dial up and would take forever to
> download.
> just thot a quilt cake might be a fun addition to those quilty potluck get
> togethers.
> nayy
> j.


 
 
 

Quilt Cake

Post by J* » Thu, 06 Aug 2009 14:39:05


and look how much you've changed round the other way in all your years.
there is hope for the wee lass yet i guess.
snorfle,
j.

"Polly Esther"  wrote ...
Good idea, Jeanne.  We're looking forward to our family's only little one -
a 5 year-old who will be here visiting in October.
    I thought I would show her how to pinch canned biscuits and deep fry
them to make doughnut holes.
    And - how to take peppermint sticks and use them for stirring hot
chocolate and when they melt just a bit, they work great as drinking straws.
    I can ice a sheet cake and let her do 4-patches on it.
    Maybe next year she'll be ready for sewing machines?
    I was stitching on an SM at 4 but our little darling is not quite as
well, er, um..... cautious? as I was.  Polly

"J*"  wrote ...

Quote:
> http://www.homebaking.org/baking_channel.php

> http://www.homebaking.org/PDF/nine_patch_revision09.pdf
> here is the recipe alone.

> i didnt look at the video as i'm on dial up and would take forever to
> download.
> just thot a quilt cake might be a fun addition to those quilty potluck get
> togethers.
> nayy
> j.