I guess I have a bad case of Spring Fever. I can't seem to get my act in gear to post, but I did want you all to know I'm still here! What have I been up to? Some sewing - but nothing I can show you, unfortunately. I'm just beginning a Supreme sewing job for Stephanie which I should be able to show you in the early Fall. I'm also doing some applique for a dear friend, but can't show you that either.
What to do....how about show you some of my recent baking? I tried my hand at homemade hamburger rolls and they were a complete success! The recipe is from King Arthur Flour. They were quite easy and so tasty! I did have to buy a specialty pan, however. I couldn't find a pan just for hamburger buns, but this pan for large muffins tops worked just the same, I do believe! Give them a try - you'll be amazed at the difference between these and store bought!
Mr. Squash and I traveled to Pendleton last Saturday for the Krazy Horse Quilters show. It was terrific! Mr. Squash made all the ladies laugh - he said he thought he was going to a gun show when asked how it was I managed to get him to come with me! The quilts and workmanship were exquisite all around! Here are just a few of the many wonderful entries!
This was all hand quilted!
Everyone was so taken with this one I couldn't get a photo without a person standing there in awe!
Another completely hand quilted beauty! This is also done by a man, and from my guild, no less!
The featured quilter was Peggy Gelbrich. I just loved this house quilt!
I also met a new exhibitor at the show. I'll tell you all about her in my next post!