Indiana held Iowa to 19% tonight and beat Caitlin and the Hawkeyes soundly 86-69. It was a hard fought game attended by a record amount of people from Indiana, most were there to see Caitlin. But I remember last year when Caitlin’s three pointer at the buzzer put an end to Indiana’s season. The shock for those same players I watched tonight was mind boggling – payback is hell.
I really enjoyed the spring horse chatter.
Here is the recipe for Chicken and Stove Top Dressing:
The directions are so sketchy – does the recipe mean to sprinkle the dry stuffing mix or make the stuffing as instructed on the box and put it on top of the chicken and the cheese? That’s what I did and it was fine but what do you think?
Boho Heart by Jen Kingwell made by Barb Veeder. This is over the top gorgeous! I did ask Barb about the directions and she said they were horrible. Jen Kingwell – can’t you do a better job writing a pattern? I love your designs but after making Gypsy Wife, I said never again. I love Barb’s color choices and after Joyce quilts it, the quilt will be a prize winner for sure.
A reader had a question about Delectable Mountains. Here’s the story:
In 1981 Country Threads did a series of patterns exploring the delectable mountains block and assorted layouts.
This was featured in the Premier Issue of American Patchwork and Quilting, April 1993.
A year ago American Patchwork and Quilting published a 30 year anniversary issue.
Here is the back page:
Yes, I can make this pattern available for $5 and SASE – you know the drill. I love making these blocks and could start again – if I’m not careful. Haha!
Would anyone be interested in sharing soup recipes? The only way I can do this is for you to take a picture of your recipe card and send it like a photo. I simply cannot retype all the recipes. Thoughts???
I watched Oppenheimer a few nights ago and absolutely hated it – the most boring movie I’ve ever watched.
Did I cover all the questions you asked? I’m working on directions for the horse panel. can’t think of anything else.
What’s going on at your house?