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Monday, February 21, 2011

I find that I am always sewing for our daughter's children. So I found a way to sometimes sew for our son's "child". The sweet female dog named "Juniper" is a precious family member!
Here she models her Halloween "boo!" neck scarf.

And this month, her Valentine scarf! LOL! [Thanks guys, for sending me the photos! It always makes me happy to see any of you in one of my creations!]

Orange Upside-down Cake

I love baking in my iron skillet so when I found this recipe,and having the oranges on hand, I had to make it! Another thing I love, is the use of cornmeal as part of the "cake". It makes it more rustic!

We found it even made a good breakfast this morning! [I always use less sugar and brown sugar than called for, AND I use whole grain for the all purpose flour.

My "ticker tape" crib quilt is now finished. It was a fun project. But funny thing, I still have piles of scraps! It is just impossible to use them all!

Today's projects will be to put a black and white polka dot binding on another crib quilt, and possibly to start on a applique of a raven silhouette for a pillow. Back with photo later...


Janet said...

HB loves pineapple upside-down cake and he loves oranges so this one sounds perfect for will be all his though as I can't eat oranges.

The scrap quilt turned out great. I could spend hours just sitting and looking at all those little pieces of fabric.

Piecefulafternoon said...

How neat to sew for the doggie - everyone needs a new scarf now and then.

The cake looks scrumptious.

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