Quilting The Kaye Wood Way Week of 10.25.11 - Boo!
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In This Issue....
- Sweep Up The Leaves, The Holidays Are Upon Us!
- What's On Sale
- Kaye's Lecture/Demo/Trunk Show in West Branch, MI
- Show and Tell
- West Branch Seminar
- What's New
- Apple Recipes
- Our Facebook Group
- Scissor Tips
- List Your Events!
- This Day in History
- QSC Expos
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- 10.28-10.31 -- Houston, TX
- 11.12 -- West Branch, MI
The leaves have all fallen, hunting season is well underway, the houses are all decked out in their Halloween garb and the end of October looms!
Are you getting ready for the Holidays? November will be a busy month for us here. If you've been with us for at least a year, you remember that every November we have three sales every week. One on Monday, the normal newsletter on Wednesday and a short newsletter on Friday. Get ready, it's going to be fun! Also, don't forget, on the 12th of November, we are having another Kaye Wood Seminar in West Branch, MI. Sign up HERE!
Lots More On Our Sale Pages!
Be sure to join us in West Branch, MI on Nov 12, 2011 For Kaye's Lecture/Demo/Trunk Show! (click here to sign up!)
You've seen Kaye strip her quilts for 40 seasons on
PBS-TV on Kaye's Quilting Friends.
Now watch her strip in person.
Making quilts can be easier than you think with Kaye's original techniques.
Something for everyone - from beginner to more advanced, Pointless or Pointed people!
Lots of ideas for your next project!
Learn to eliminate the slow-downs in quiltmaking.
Kaye also shares some of the funny things that have happened to her on the road to quilting.
A Special "Thanks" to the following shops for helping us to advertise Kaye's Seminar!
- Caroline's Sewing Room in West Branch, MI
- Quilt-n-Bee in Traverse City, MI
- Front Porch Quilts in Frankenmuth, MI
- Bittersweet Quilt Shop in Pinconning, MI
Call For Show and Tell Entries....
Send them in so we can feature your creations!
Email your pictures and the story behind them to email@example.com
|My grandson wanted a wallhanging for a computer teacher he had that year. The kids were always going back and forth about PC verses Mac. At the awards night he surprised her with this wallhanging/lap quilt. He had 12 pages of blog on PC verses Mac and he got it down to 9 pages. They are interesting to read. We just tied the quilt because I was running out of time. He seems to wait till last minute for something. I enjoyed doing this
See all of our Show and Tell Entries!
What's New In Our Store....
|Tea Garden Quilt from Joan Hawley of Lazy Girl Designs
This fun and funky pattern is simply elegant, with a touch of modern. Created in any color you choose, you'll feel like a designer when you're done.
Simple flower squares and green leaves create a vibrant, garden against a dramatic background. Mix and match four flower fabrics and three leaf fabrics for an organzied scrappy garden of blooms.
Tea Garden is composed of two simple blocks; all pieces are cut from strips.
Uses the Lazy Angle Ruler (sold separately).
Finished size approx. 60' x 72"
Diaper Dock Pattern from Sisters' Common Thread
Great gift for moms and grandmas!
Bag opens up easily to become an anywhere changing pad, just big enough for a short trip. Drawstring bag pattern included to keep your necessities together and handy.
Lots more new stuff too, Check it all our on our What's new page!
|Reader's Hints, Tips and Techniques....
When I make a quilt, I take the left over pieces and cut them into 2" or 1-1/2" squares and put them in pretty hat boxes. When I have two hat boxes filled with 2" squares, I have enough to make a twin size quilt for our local children's shelter. When I have one hat box filled with 1-1/2" squares, I have enough to make a wheel chair or lap quilt for our local Veteran's home. The people at the Veteran's home have so very little and they have done so much for our families and country. We should all as quilters seek out the closest one and get involved in any way we can. Even if you don't have time to make a quilt for one of our Veterans they will also take personal items like soaps, toothpaste, shampoo, adult diapers etc. Here in my local area each veteran has about $35.00 a month to buy all of the personal needs they may have. Well enough of my soapbox babbling. Just try to get busy for them like they did for us....Tina
Best ever Apple Pie and I use ready made Pillsbury Crusts
- 6 large Golden Delicious Apples (6-7 C sliced)
- 1 3/4 C Granulated Sugar
- 6 tbsp Flour (more if apples really watery)
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 1 tbsp Water
Mix altogether in bowl and place in pie pan prepared.
Drop small amounts of margarine or butter in spots around the pie mixture.
Add several drops of Almond extract flavoring
Cover with top crust, cut leaf design in top with air hole.
425 Degrees for 10 min and then 350 Degrees for 45 min or golden brown....Leila
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As much as scissors cost these days, it's important to know how to care for them the right way. Plus, the better the care, the longer they'll last and the better results you'll get from them!
So here are a few tips on how to care for your scissors.
1. Keep your scissors in a cool, dry, safe place.
2. Regularly wipe the blades with a light coating of sewing machine oil, to prevent rust or corrosion. Don't forget a drop where the blades come together by the screw. After oiling, cut on some scrap fabric to remove any excess oil.
3. Your scissors can be washed with soap and water, but you have to dry them thoroughly and oil them too.
4. After each use, wipe off the blades to prevent build up on the blades and screw area.
5. Handle your scissors with care. When you drop them, it can knock them out of alignment, break the tips and nick the edges.
6. Respect your scissors and their uses, they are not for metal, plastic, etc. Keep the ones you use to cut your fabric in a certain spot, and use them for only this purpose.
One of our favorite sites for quilting ideas is CraftGossip! Check them out, they have all kinds of crafting sections.
|This Day in History....
- 1400 Geoffrey Chaucer died in London.
- 1415 The Battle of Agincourt between England and France during the Hundred Years War took place.
- 1760 King George III of Britain was crowned.
- 1854 The Charge of the Light Brigade took place at Balaklava during the Crimean War.
- 1962 John Steinbeck was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
- 1971 The U.N. General Assembly voted to admit mainland China and expel Taiwan.
- 1983 The United States invaded the Caribbean nation of Grenada.
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Have A Great Week!
Kaye, Terrye and Kayla
Stop by and meet us at the Lecture/Demo/Trunk Show in West Branch, on November 12, 2011!