Saturday, November 20, 2010

Mistletoe Make & Bake Blog Tour Day 6

Today's final topic is cookie exchange tips.
Here's my cookie exchange tip.
Bake your cookies at least 3 days in advance so they dry out a bit.
They will be easier to transport.
My final cookie recipe is Rolo Cookies! Rolos are yummy...and these cookies are fantastic too so I thought I would share.


Download the Rolo Cookie recipe HERE!
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Now after 5 wonderful days of fabulous projects to keep you busy this season, I have a my project  for you today.
It seems that everytime we have a family style dinner. I am using 2 hotpads under my casserole dish.
You know the staple 9"X 13" baking dish.
So I decided to make an XL Hotpad and share the idea with you.

This particular project uses 4 layer cake squares or {4} 10" squares of fabric, plus a bit of binding.
I have several layer cake squares left over from different Moda Bakeshop projects and other quilts that I have made in the last 2 years. I could make several of these in a jiff.
Now many of you may be asking why I am binding 5 or 6 quilts by Thanksgiving instead of making these in a jiff.
I am asking myself that too!
The truth is, is that I made a decision this year.
This is the year I was going to give my sisters and brother a lap size or larger quilt.
I have 2 done, third one nearly done. I think 2 of them I will bind totally by machine....not sure on that yet.
For those of you that do want to try my XL hotpad, you can download the pattern HERE!
or follow these instructions:

Make and Bake Holiday 2010

XL Hot Pad

Designed by Vickie Eapen of Spun Sugar Quilts

10”X15.5”

Ingredients:

∙ {4} 10” squares of cotton fabric or {4} Layer Cake squares

∙ Insulbrite batting at least 11”X 20”

∙ ¼ yd binding fabric

∙ Coordinating thread


 
 Sub cut one 10” square into {2} 10” X 3.5” strips

 ∙ Sew a 3.5” strip to each end of another 10” square as shown.
∙This becomes the top 10” X 16”.
*note the top and bottom could be constructed with solid pieces of fabric measuring 10” X 19.5”. Trim to 15.5” X 10” after quilting. I chose to piece top to add interest and use up my extra 10” squares from another project.
 
 

∙Take {2} 10” squares and sew them together as shown, this becomes the back of the hotpad.



∙Layer the top right side up, the insulbrite & the bottom right side down to make a quilt sandwich
∙Pin the layers for quilting
∙Quilt as desired…or quilt 1/4” channels as I did for my sample.
Using a spool of thread or other round item, mark the corners.
∙Cut off the corner point

Bind using 2 ¼” binding strips

Roll it up with a spatula and a 9”X13” baking dish for an easy holiday gift.
If you would like to win a kit for this XL Hotpad leave me a comment by 12:00am eastern 11/21/10.
Remember if you leave a comment on each blog participating in the Make and Bake tour you will be entered in a drawing for a grand prize that was donated by all of the participants.
Should I mention, ah hem...one of the participants works for Moda? I can only imagine what she slipped into the prize pool!! too bad I can't enter.



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If you are interested in visiting the other tour folks I have included the links for you ;)

Day 1:  November 15

Day 2:  November 16
Day 3:  November 17
Day 4:  November 18
Day 5:  November 19
Day 6:  November 20
Vickie Eapen Me!!!

162 comments:

schmidt1016 said...

This is such a clever idea. Makes me wonder why I haven't thought of it myself! Thanks so much.

Leslie S. in MN
esclante at comcast dot net

badlandsquilts said...

OOOH, you are SO CLEVER! What a great idea!

Hands Sew Full said...

Looks like something that can be pulled together quickly when you realize that your forgot to make something for one of the kids teachers!! Thanks, I needed that!

Wendy said...

I was deciding who to make your cookies for as Christmas gifts when I began reading about your project...{smiles} Now that I've printed both your recipe and your XL Hot Pad pattern, I can check off several people from my "what am I going to do for these people" list. Thank you sew much!!

paulette said...

What a sweet gift idea...thanks sew much!!
Paulette

VickiB said...

An excellent gift idea - and one that I can make at the last minute! Thanks!

Jenniffier said...

Always so cute! Great idea with the xl potholder.

Nanabanana said...

I am so excited about your project AND cookies. I plan to make both for Christmas! Thanks for the great ideas.

MoeWest said...

Oooh, I love rolos and your xl hotpad idea is great!

Kim West said...

very cute! What a great idea!!!

Martina said...

Love your project! So cute! And the recipe sounds very yummy!Thanks so much, I really enjoyed this week!
Be blessed
Martina

Cindy said...

Why haven't I thought of this before? I always use two hot pads and they slip apart when you take something out of the pan. Thanks for the great idea.

gill said...

This has been such fun - thanks!
I hope there will be another??

Baskets Of Quilts said...

Love your tutorial! Perfect for thanksgiving! Need to make one! Thanks for being apart of the blog hop!

Christie said...

Just in time for Thanksgiving too! What a great and so useful pattern. Thank you so much for this tutorial & for the pincushion tutorial again! And, the Rolo Cookies sound so yummy! I usually have a bag of Rolos on hand, will have to make these today. Thanks a bunch for sharing this recipe and the exchange tip, too! Most of all, thank you so very much for sharing all your recipes, tips and ideas and your wonderful project with us during the Mistletoe Make and Bake, this has been the most fun! I could kiss you all under the mistletoe for all the wonderful things you all have shared with us. Thanks again bunches, and Merry Christmas to you and yours! HUGS... and stitches

Joy McD said...

Very cute idea! I need a lot of these :) Thanks for sharing,
lv,
Joy

JANET said...

I love your project. I have a few friends I bake for. I think I'll make these and bake a cake in the pan and then send both as a gift. Thanks for sharing all the recipes and projects. This has benn a great week. Have a wonderful Christmas.Now off to sew and bake

imagrandma2five said...

Rolos are so hard to find here and when I do I stock up, so I'm ready to make cookies!
Love the project. Will make nice Christmas gifts!

Mouster1 said...

Love your hot pad project. Very clever and a smart way to use up some of your stash. Thanks for the great idea and the cookie recipe too.

QuiltSue said...

What a great idea for a quick gift. thank you.

Jodi said...

What a great idea, a larger hot pad. Always something else fun to do with all of our fabric! Thanks for sharing.

Donna said...

This is a really great idea!!!! I'm going to use this for work gifts, with a mix included in a ziplock bag included....thanks!!!!

Janet said...

What a great idea these hotpads are! This week's ideas have pretty much finished up my shopping list! And Rolo Cookies? Be still my heart!

Thanks so much for sharing!

JanetF
jfquilts@gmail.com

Donna said...

Love the extra large hotplate. And what a lovely gift presentation of the wrapped hotplate inside the pan. Thanks for being a part of the blog hop. Happy quilting or should I say Binding!

Joni said...

Great idea for the oversized hotpad, thank you! and another good cookie recipe for my holiday cookie plates. :)

kerrynjane said...

Great idea, I could use some XL hot pads myself! Merry Christmas to me, huh?

Nancy said...

Love your XL hotpad - I need one. And they will make a lovely gift for my Aunts. I may even etch the glass pan with their name. Thanks.

Doodlebug Gail said...

The hotpad is a great idea - might just make one for myself in fabric to match my placemats. Rolo Cookies?! OMG - will be trying those out next weekend. Thanks for the fun, I sure have enjoyed this little blog hop.

Beth said...

All the projects have been really cute, but i think this one takes the ca...sserole! great idea and yummy looking cookies, too.

Beth said...

Adorable project! Missed you at guild!

melinda said...

I love this Hot pad idea....got my mind whirling..maybe use the left-overs from the charmpacks too! Endless possibilites!

Lizzie said...

great idea!! thanks for all of the thoughts and recipes!!

Lorraine said...

NOW That is a GOTTAHAVE! Thank you!

Barbara said...

Like others have said, "Why didn't I think of that?!" Great idea...thanks.

Marianne said...

That is a super idea. And that cookie recipe sounds so good! Thanks for sharing!

brendadawg said...

I think I'll make this as a gift to myself -- to help protect my wood table. Thanks for sharing.

Katie said...

Thanks for the recipe and XL hot pad pattern today! I can't wait to try both!!

j said...

Thanks for the cute pattern and cookie recipe!

BobbiD said...

I can't believe no one has thought of this before!!...instead of piling up unmatched pot holders. I will be making many of these. What wonderful hostess gifts. And your cookies sound fantastic.Thanks for doing this blog for all of us. Happy Holidays to you and your family.

Darlene B said...

Thanks for the great project - it sure makes sense to use a larger hotpad under large casserole dishes. I would love to win this kit! (and the grand prize, too!) :)

MIss Sherry said...

Any cookie that starts with a Rolo has to be good. What a great idea your XL Hot pad is. Thanks for such a fun hop.

Kathryn said...

This is so much more festive than a regular old hot plate. Kathie L in Allentown

Leah said...

What a super idea!! I will have to make some of these this year.

Karin said...

So how many of us are hitting ourselves on the head in a "Why didn't I think of that" moment? This is a fabulous idea! Thanks so much! Now I can breathe because I now know what to make about 8 people for Christmas and I will actully be able to complete them before Christmas! Wish I could hug you through the computer! You have NO idea how perfect this project is! Thanks again you darling girl! Adding Rolos to my list too...LOTS of Rolos because I'm thinking I'll need to make a bunch in order to have enough to share!

JessicaSews said...

Thank you much for this week's fun.

We've enjoyed exchanging with our neighbors, making home-made ornaments to top off the plate is an added touch. The hugs and holiday greetings between neighbors is the best of all.

Great project and recipe. Thank you!
Happy Holidays!

baukje said...

Thanks a lot Vicky, we had so much fun together. And I discovered so many new recipes! I made a blogpost about them.

Lori, North Dakota said...

I will definitely use this as a gift idea. Thank you.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Great idea! The blog hop has been so much fun. Plus all the wonderful cookie recipes :-)

Texana said...

Oh! Thank you for that wonderful idea. I am going to make hotpads to fit the casserole dishes I'll use for the holidays so I'm not scrambling for something to set them on! And thank you for the recipe today. I haven't had Rolos in ages, but I love them and this recipe is perfect! Happy Holidays!

Joanna said...

I use two hotpads, too, and I don't know why I never thought of making a bigger one. It's a great idea. Thank you for the how-to. It makes perfect sense. And I love Rolos.

deb said...

Thank You for the wonderful project and the great cookie recipe today! Again Thank You for the fun week and I would llike to Wish You Happy Holidays

Debby said...

We always give family small gifts -- nothing big and the large hotpad will be the perfect thing to fit the bill. Can't wait to get started on them for the sister in laws in my family. Love the recipe too --- can't wait to try it.

Shannon said...

What a cool idea. Now I know what I am making next year for Christmas. Thank you.

Sharen said...

Love this idea for a 'homey' Christmas gift. I have everything I need to make some before the holiday season.

The recipes have been wonderful and I look forward to including some of these in my goodie baskets for friends and neighbors.
Thanks so much for sharing with us!

Bowbailey said...

This has got to be the greatest gift idea I have seen this holiday season!!! Thank you for designing this an coming up with my holiday gifts for friends, etc. And of course, I would love to win a kit.

bairdmtn said...

This is s wonderful gift idea and I think I will get busy making some of these! I have really enjoyed this blog hop and have gotten so many great ideas and recipes! Thank you for being a part of the hop!

Dandelion Quilts said...

That is such a good idea! Perfect.

Kathy said...

What a fantastic gift idea! Love your little touch of giving w/the wooden spoon, too! Time for me to get sewing!

Monica said...

Thanks for the great idea!

Pat said...

What a great gift idea, especially for a wedding shower.

WoolenSails said...

Wonderful idea for gift giving, I was thinking of making hot pads, but never thought to do a longer one for baking pans.

Debbie

JudyB said...

The XL pot holder is one of the best ideas! I already am looking through the stash for fabric to make one. And my husband loves caramel so the Rolo cookies will be a hit. Thanks!

Ann in NC said...

Another good project and recipe! Good thing we don't put pounds on just reading the reicpes...that is until we get hungry and go to the kitchen! I enjoyed scrolling through your blog. All kinds of fun things! Ann in NC

Vickie said...

What a great idea! These wopuld be great gifts!
Thank you so much for sharing this week! It's been fun!

Doris said...

I knew someone will have both gooey and chocolate on their recipe...Thanks for that! I am going to tell my dear friend Helen about you and your site...She is also a dentist/quilter like you! Thanks for the pattern...So useful and cute...And great gift! Happy Thanksgiving and please do this again! This has been a fun week!

Sew little time said...

What an easy project and so sensible

Diana said...

Cute Idea and fast Thanks

Jansie said...

Oh wow, what a cute project! Love it!

Kathy B. said...

Great holiday gift idea - I have a lot of friends who bake, so this will be terrific for last minute gift making. Thank you for sharing - and the great tutorial layout! Rolo cookies sound scrumptious - not sure how many Rolos will make it into the recipe - but I will try them out!

Sharon W said...

Great gift idea. I am in a Secret Santa exchange. I hope I can get one of these made. Thanks for the blog hop. It has been an enjoyable week.

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

What a good idea! Thanks for sharing this and the recipe!

Cindi said...

What a great idea! Why didn't I think of that? Now I have to get more batting. Thanks for the project and the recipe!

ally said...

Thanks for all the great recipes and project ideas. Happy Holidays

Linda said...

What a clever project....and I love the roll-up gift idea. I would love to win a kit! Thanks.

corinne said...

Great idea, thank you. What a fun blog tour. I am going to trying all of the recipes.

Becky said...

Thanks, Vicki! I absolutely love the idea of making casserole hot pads! I even have the layer cakes to make them. Again, thank you! I've loved the blog hop. Actually, sorry to see it ending. Thanks for participating and sharing so very much!!! Happy holidays to you and your family!

mascanlon said...

Love this idea Vicki, and you've solved a coupe of gift giving dilemmas too! Thanks for all the time and work into the hop this week.

vanos said...

What a fantastic idea! That is a great gift idea especially with the cookies to boot! Thanks

The blog hop has been wonderful!!!

Cynthia said...

It's been ages since I've had Rolos...LOVED them...can't wait to try your recipe! LOVE your project for the holidays...great idea. Thanks for all your recipes & project!

Mrs. DillyDally said...

What a terrific idea! Seriously...thanks a million! The cookies sound terrific too!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Great cookie recipes especiall anything that contains Rolos. The xl hot pad is a great practical project. Your blog is really good too.
Barbara Steve s

Karen said...

The Rolo Cookies sound so delicious. The XL Hot Pad is pure genius! Right now I'm going to try to figure out where I can buy some Insul-Bright batting and make some of these as gifts. What a great idea - thank you! This has been a great blog hop. I appreciate all of the wonderful recipes, patterns, and the thought and time you have put in. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas this year and always.

http://karenstreehousequilts.blogspot.com/

Lee said...

Very clever - XL hotpad! Thanks for the great idea and the yummy recipe!

SewCalGal said...

I love your placemat/hotpad gift idea. Great tutorial too. Thanks!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Karen said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. This would make a great shower gift, too!

Madame Samm said...

Now that is sewwwwwwwwwwww practical..why did not think of that ...'cause you did...thanks and the recipe...a winning sweet treat if you ask me lol

Sandi said...

Your cookie recipe sound wonderful. Love those Rolos! Cute project and very useful!

LizA. said...

Oooh,these cookies sounds WONDERFUL! I love Rolo's. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the great hot pad idea. What a GREAT gift idea for my SIL's.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Vickie,

I really love this pattern.

Thanks!

Billie

Greenville Coupon Clippers said...

Plan on making several of these, great idea!

Gale Lavers said...

Great gift idea for anytime of the year. On my to do list. Thanks for blog hopping with us

Thankful~Threads said...

Vickie--what a great time we have had the past 6 days. Thank you for all the recipes and projects. Happy Holidays! ~Kathleen

Marg said...

I love your hot pad idea, so simple to make, and a great way to use up my left over layer cakes. Thank you so much.

gmp said...

These Rolo Cookies used to be one of my favorites. Haven't seen this recipe in a long time. Your project is so timely, what with Thanksgiving dinner and all those side dishes on the table! I hope I can find the time to make one to take with my vegetable dish! Thank you so much for sharing your recipes, your family traditions, tips and ideas. This has been great fun, and I am a little sad to see it all come to and end. I hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving.

Marcia said...

Your pattern for hot pads is unique! Thanks for a wonderful 6 days of recipes, projects, and some prizes.

VickiT said...

Oh this is a fabulous project. I have always hated the very same thing about having to line up hot pads across the counter to put the larger pans onto. Thank you SO much for this. Great idea.

vburr at charter dot net

Colleen said...

Love this idea! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this great idea and pattern. It will make a perfect gift for my SIL. Thanks!
Diane bluedove@vtc.net

Jeannette said...

Great idea for a gift, thanks again for another recipe

Gretchen said...

Thanks for the fabulous idea!! This would work great for cookie sheets and other big dishes too. Thanks for all the great cookie recipes :)

Pat said...

Love your X-large hot pad. And anxious to try the Rolo Cookies. THE SHOP HOP BLOG HAS BEEN LOADS OF FUN. Hope you all decide to do another.

Puddles of Grace said...

Now that is a project with awesome gift potential!!! Whoohooo! Thanks so much!!

Brenda said...

Great project idea.

WvHmmngbrd said...

Great idea! Thanks for the chance to win!

Lizziebeth said...

Vickie thanks for the hot pad pattern and for all the recipes. This has been so much fun!

Christine M said...

That hot pad would certainly make a lovely gift. Thanks for the pattern.

Jen said...

Thanks for the pattern and Rolo cookie recipe. I think one of our daycare ladies from when I was a kid used to make these.

Jen said...

I love the hot pad! I'm constantly making casseroles, so this will be perfect for us, thanks!

Karen said...

Love the extra large pot holder. It is so cute in the fruitcake fabric. Thanks for sharing it with us. Love the Rolo cookie recipe too. I make this cookie also and everyone always loves it. Thank you, Karen

Patti said...

I do the same thing at my house - LOVE this idea....thanks for sharing! This has been a really FUN week!

Donna Joy said...

Your Pattern is exactly what I have always needed for my 9x13 pan. Fantastic, and a quick project. The cookies are so good. I really enjoyed the bake and make. Thanks

Mike and Jen said...

Awesome project, thanks for the pattern!

Debora W. said...

Something I never would have thought of, everyone needs XL potholders. I love your blog. Thank you f.or for the wonderful idea and yummy recipe

Diane Pruitt said...

This has been fun - thanks for all your hard work!

BeachQuilter said...

Oh yum Rolos...wonderful cookie recipe! And that XL hot pad would make a great gift. Thank you!

Stephanie M said...

Yummy recipe...LOVE the project!! Great gift idea!

Gwen said...

Vicki, thank you for the wonderful project, it is just the right project for the last minute Christmas gifts on my list. I would like to thank you for taking time from your busy schedule to do all the things necessary for your part of the Make and Bake Blog, I really appreciate it. Will have to give your recipe a try. I sincerely hope that you don't get to stressed out on trying to finish binding your quilts and are able to relax after you reach your goal. Rolos I have not tried in cookies but they do sound yummy. Thanks again.

DutchQuilter said...

What a great idea and so quick to make for a last minute gift! Thank you so much for the pattern and the yummy Rolo recipe.

Kate said...

What a great gift idea! Can't wait to make one!

Carol in E TN said...

This is a great pattern. Everyone needs at least one of these hotpads!

Julia said...

Thanks for the recipe and project. Can't wait to make some in time for the holidays.

Brenda said...

A great project for a hostess gift. Love it. Thanks so much for a great week.

ytsmom said...

I've been making these cookies for over 10 years. Once I took some to work. One of my co-workers called them orgasm cookies!

Sandielynn said...

Love the quick gift idea! Thanks so much!

Sara said...

Really cool hot pad pattern...Thanks...

Suzanne said...

Great idea for a XL hotpad. And what a nice hostess gift too..
Thanks so much for all of the nice ideas and recipes!!

Quilty Conscience said...

What a clever idea! Thank you for sharing with us!

Wendy B said...

What a fantastic idea for Christmas gifts for my cookery-loving family....and I get to indulge in MY creative passion as I make it for them!!!
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
Sugary hugs
Wendy :O)

SheilaC said...

Thank you for sharing the hot pad tutorial! I need an XL one too :)

SheilaC

Lina said...

Love the idea for an XL hot pad. Thank you so much for participating in putting out all this fun for us.

Cecilia said...

Such a great idea. I think I will make one for each of my quilty friends. Thanks for the pattern.

Marilyn said...

What a great idea to make the giant hot pad!

Dolores said...

This is a wonderful project. I have never thought of making one but I will now. Thanks for the recipe too. I love recipes where you have all the ingredients in your kitchen already.

Lisa Marie Mosley said...

I am looking forward to making this item to give as gifts. Thank you so much

Kaye M said...

Cookies made with Rollos and pecans sounds like heaven to me! I could definitely use some XL placemats. I'd better get busy and get some made before Thanksgiving. Thanks for the great recipes and pattern.

Nancy said...

I love Rollos and cookies, so put together they must be fantastic!! The XL hotpad is a great idea--shy didn't I think of that! What a great gift idea-thanks!!

Anne said...

Hi there. What a great Hot Pod project. Perfect for the Holidays .
Thanks

Anne said...

Hi there. What a great Hot Pad project. Perfect for the Holidays .
Thanks

Anne said...

Hi there. What a great Hot Pad project. Perfect for the Holidays .
Thanks

Liz said...

What a great project. Thanks for all the yummy recipes. The Mistletoe Make and Bake Blog has been fun!

Vickie said...

Brilliant! I can't wait to give some of these as gifts. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Barb said...

What an awesome idea! I like trivets, but those long pans always seem to slide around and slip off--yikes. These would be great to leave behind as a special gift for whoever happens to be hosting the family/friend dinner this year. It's been a fun week, Vickie.

Grammasheri said...

This is definitely a "why didn't I think of this" moment. Thank you so much for sharing this idea and for all of the great recipes this week. I'm definitely in the Christmas spirit now!

sheryl

Judy said...

I love Rolos, thanks for the recipe. The mat is a great idea for a quick gift. thanks for that also. Judy S.

quiltma said...

What a great gift idea. And can't wait to try the Rolo Cookies

Barb Manrow said...

Delish cookies and clever project! Barb M

Cindy said...

Thanks for all the recipes. This was a great hop!
I love the hotpad project. Thanks!

Cathy said...

Hi I love this project. I have several ladies at work that bake all the time. This would make a quick, easy, and very useful gift. Plus they may just bake me something chocolate.

thanks for the instuctions.

cathy

Michele said...

What a great idea! I'm always trying to stick two pot holders under a 9x13 pan! In fact I did that last night when we were eating a casual dinner at a friend's house. Not anymore! Thanks for the wonderful gift idea! The cookies look delicious!

LibbiesHome said...

Thanks for doing this blog hop - I've really enjoyed it! The hotpad is a great gift idea :) I think I'll make a bunch for gifts. I would love to be entered in the drawing. Thanks again!

Kathy H said...

What a great idea. I have often given those baking pans away as a gift and now am planning on making several of the XL hot pads to go with them. thanks.

Lisa said...

I love the idea of packaging this giant hotpad as a gift with a casserole dish and spatula. I think I might add a few favorite casserole recipes to add another personal touch ~ splendid idea for a nice housewarming or holiday gift. Thank you so much!! ~~Lisa

aztel2000 said...

Brilliant idea! I will be making one of these for sure--along with the yummy cookies. Thanks,
Karen in Breezy Point

Sandy said...

That is one great idea...thanks for sharing!

Quilt n Queen said...
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Quilt n Queen said...

Absolutely fabulous project. Love the LX potholder. I'll be making a few of these for gifts. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win. Great bake and blog hop!!!

CaraQuilts said...

Oh it's gorgeous!

Polly said...

Another yummy recipe!! YUMMO!! Thanks for this hop! It's really gotten me ready for the Christmas season! Polly

Quilt Monkey said...

I think I missed the contest, but I wanted to say I really like this hot pad idea! It's so true that we all put down two potholders for the bigger dishes. Why didn't I ever think to make a bigger hot pad?? Thanks for the pattern!

Kathy H

Anonymous said...

How do you download/print the recipes or projects if you don't have a facebook account?

Jackie V. said...

Hi there. Thanks for the large hot pat idea/design. I've made three so far. A great way to use up some of that stash! I plan to make one for all my girlfriends. Happy stitching!

eileensideways said...

great idea!