With Bonnie Hunter's New Book in my hands, I remembered that I had made my own Moth in the Window Quilt for my son. I had taken Bonnie's Craft U class, and it was one of the quilts that she demonstrated, and I wanted to try it. I was disappointed that there were no quilt instructions in that class setting, so I made up my own settings and sashings and borders. I wish I had known how to do it like the book, but oh well. I used recycled shirt fabric, and I quilted it with baptist fans.
I had my small quilt group for dinner and made this:
Homemade Texas Toast
2 sticks butter, softened
4-5 cloves of garlic, minced -I used the kind in a jar
1 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. ground pepper
1 loaf of Texas Toast - I didn't know you could buy this in the bread section of just about any grocery store.
I zapped the butter 30 seconds which made it very spreadable. The flavor was good. But my first batch I didn't have the oven hot enough. So I did 450 for 5-6 minutes
I think next time I may add spices.
Here is where I found the recipe.
This is so much better than the store bought and can be frozen.
Just a reminder of something fun
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Your Moth in the window is great - I love all the fabrics you used - plaids are my favorite ;-)ReplyDelete
Thank you - It was very manly I thoughtDelete
thanks so much for linking up!
It looks great with all the shirt fabrics - I need to dig mine out and use 'em up! Thanks for sharing on Midweek MakersReplyDelete
I tend to forget how much I like themDelete
Your Moth in the Window quilt is beautiful!! love it!ReplyDelete
thank you - I love your opinion :)Delete
I really like your Moth in the Window quilt!ReplyDelete
Thank you- I appreciate all your commentsDelete