Monthly Archives: September 2015

Fun with Flannel

Most treasures (i.e. fabric) end up in the treasure chest (i.e. closet).  Every once in awhile however, the sun, moon and all the stars align so that conditions are perfect for an unusual event.  A fabric eclipse.  Now you see it; … Continue reading

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Curried Prawns and Corn Chowder

Ken’s recipe this week is Curried Prawns and Corn Chowder.   He even has his own tab on the top menu where it will be easy to access the former recipes he has posted!

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Meet Maxine

A walk into an antique store in Moose Jaw, SK (looking for thimbles) brought Maxine out of the closet.  Literally.  The owner had 2 wonderful busts’ on which she displayed her antique hats.  And she was not about to sell them. … Continue reading

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Show Your Stuff

This week I would like to post (with permission) part of a newsletter I recently received from Hunter Design Studio.  Sam Hunter is passionate about promoting the art/craft of quilting.  In this newsletter she is encouraging quilters to “Show their stuff” … Continue reading

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A Drive in the Country

A beautiful sunny fall day.  A $100 gift certificate.  And a sale.  What could be better?  It all added up to a lovely day spent in rural Manitoba.   First on the list was Morden, home of The Quilter’s Den. … Continue reading

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