Monthly Archives: June 2012

Here they are- new pics for June

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Sandy’s Pinwheel Hippie Quilt

Sandy’s pictoral quilt to represent women in exile and textile.

Sandy’s painted peacock with Shiva paint sticks, with an Asian flare.

Sandy’s round- mariner star and deconstructed star with Stonehenge.

Scrap Queen with her very colorful and full of motion quilt top.

Charlotte’s in progress baby quilt

We will miss you and your amazing Overachiever works Sandy! This is a beautiful king size quilt.

Little squares rocking horse.

Whimsical cat and birdies for a shade in her new sewing room!

Julie’s diligently completed quilt. Lots of fairies and very colorful. She also did some neat flowers on the corners.

Jerilyn said she wanted a big bag, well she made one!

Started some 30 years ago it took a back seat to other quilts that needed to be made- marriages, babies…etc. Now complete.

I could not resist getting Jan in her applique action.

Kate also did some pink and green blocks.

Kate’s finished panels.

Lois showing her latest steals from GVQC. So neat!

Florence’s Block of the Month

Love, love, love this picture. And the pansies are beautiful too!

Florence work that will be displayed at the Veterans Home.

A snazzy little bag done up by Ann! Apparently its a kit and Patricia’s.

Amy Butler ish lap quilt

Sandy’s BOM made into a quilt for her husband.

Coming soon to this blog…

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Yup, I am a little behind the eight ball because school is winding down and there has been much to do between that and soccer. Pictures will be posted soon.

In the mean time here is Lois’s dessert:

Strawberry Angel Dessert
1 envelope unflavored gelatin
¾ C cold water
½ C sugar
1 package (10 oz) frozen sliced strawberries (or fresh)
1 carton (8 oz) frozen light whipped topping, thawed
5 Cups angel food cake cubes
1 tsp almond flavoring
Fresh strawberries and mint, optional

In a saucepan, combine gelatin and cold water; let stand 5 minutes to soften. Stir over low heat just until gelatin dissolves. Remove from the heat; add sugar. Stir until dissolved. Add almond flavoring. Stir in undrained strawberries. Chill until partially thickened. Fold in whipped topping. Place cake cubes in a mixing bowl; pour strawberry mixture over cake and mix gently. Pour into an ungreased 8-in square baking dish. Chill until firm. Garnish with strawberries and mint if desired.
Yield: 9 servings. Note: May double recipe and use 9X13-in pan.

Adapted from: Taste of Home’s Low Fat Country Cooking Greendale, WI

And I think we were waiting for another dessert recipe from the table.

Quilt Shops

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A few people suggested getting a list together of all the quilt shops in and around Rochester.  This is a start of the list. They just so happen to be all the stores doing a Shop Hop this weekend.

Quilt Shops In and Around Rochester

Clay Sculpture Of Woman And Dog Dressed Alike Walking Clipart Picture by Amy Vangsgard

Aurora Sewing Center

659 Main St, East Aurora

716-652-2811

 

Amelia’s Fabric and Yarn Shop

7 Upton Street

Hilton, NY

(585) 392-1192

 

Aurora Sewing Center

8675 Main St, Clarence

716-204-8350

 

The Carriage Quilt Shop

593 Main St, East Aurora

716-655-4561

 

Chestnut Bay Quilting

262 North St, Caledonia

585-538-4420

 

Country Treasures

61 Main St., Brockport

585-637-5148

 

Discount Sewing Center and Jackie Lynn’s

475 East Ridge Rd.
Rochester NY 14621
(585) 544-4110

 

Heartland Quilt Shop

6817 Ridge Rd, Lockport

716-433-3188

 

Ivy Thimble Quilt Shop

5 Railroad St, Victor

585-742-2680

 

Marie’s Sewing Center

6310 Robinson Rd, Lockport

716-434-2583

 

Mt Pleasant Quilting Company

2877 Mt Pleasant Rd., Piffard

585-243-0767

Patricia’s Fabric House

333 W. Commerical Street

E. Rochester, N.Y. 14445

 585-248-2362

 

Pine Grove Quilt Shop

2962 Delaware Ave, Kenmore

716-873-3774

 

Sew What?

6816 Main St., Amherst

716-632-8801

 

The Scarlet Thread

85 Donovan Street

Webster, NY 14580

585-265-4910