Thursday, January 22, 2009

More finishes and yummy casserole

Here's a quilt I started probably 5 years ago. I finally finished it. Darling daugher is trying to get it for her collection. I had a terrible time with this quilt. I took a class to make this one, the shop cut me the wrong amount for my kit, so I was lucky enough to finally be able to buy the extra amount from a friend. Then it bunched while I was trying to quilt it. I finally found out that my quilting food had worn out. I tried to sew it with a light thread so that the stitches would sew. Of course, it showed all my mistakes. But I am very glad it is finished, and it does look nice draped on my old rocker, that is until Dani manages to sneak it home.

Here's a yellow brick road I finished. First time I used variagate thread on the back. I liked the results.

I loved these little lady bugs. I think the dotted border and binding sets it off.

I love these circles. It is a great way to use up all my scraps left over from my quilts. I bought the template set that goes with the book. It makes it so easy to cut out. The book is Crazy Curves from Elisa's Backporch.

Here's our new favorite casserole. I found it on We did change it a little to match with families tastes.
1 pound sliced sausage
1/4 chopped bacon
1 1/2 cup frozen green beans
2 cups chopped frozen potatoes
1 can golden mushroom soups.
Toni Chachere's and black pepper
Stir, cover,bake for 40 minutes at 325 degrees.

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