quilt monday

I bought this quilt last fall from Fat Quarter Shop. It's the Migrataion quilt using the FarmHouse line(so much lol!!) I've had the quilt finished for a while now, it just took me what felt like forever to get the binding completed.


I wasn't sure how I wanted to quilt this so I went with straight lines at about 3/4s of an inch apart.
It's funny, doing straight lines takes almost as long as quilting a pantograph sometimes.

I do have a complaint about this kit. I'm not sure if there was a mistake in the cutting directions but every single top point on my triangles is whacked off. I'm sure there needs to be an adjustment somewhere in the pattern.


And again, I regret not hoarding some of this line. Think I'll have to do some checking and see if I can get my hands on more.


Happy Monday!!



snack saturday

Reese Cake Bars

1 chocolate cake mix
1 egg
1/2 cup butter, softened
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
16 regular sized peanut butter cups, frozen and unwrapped
1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk
1/2 cup mini Reese's Pieces

Instructions
  1. Combine the cake mix, egg, butter, and vanilla in a mixing bowl. Beat until a soft dough forms. Press half the dough into an 8x8x2 baking dish that has been sprayed with non stick spray.
  2. Arrange the frozen peanut butter cups over the top of the dough. You may need to trim the edges of a few. Press the rest of the dough over the tops of the peanut butter cups evenly.
  3. Drizzle the sweetened condensed milk over the top of the dough. Sprinkle with the Reese's Pieces. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes. They will look very gooey and undone. Let the bars cool completely before cutting into 16 squares. Store in a sealed container on the counter.
Notes
The recipe says use an 8x8x2 pan...that means make sure the sides of your pan are 2 inches high, so the mixture does not bubble over!!!! 
Make sure you freeze your peanut butter cups at least a few hours before you start to make these bars. 
Make sure you also let these bars set completely before cutting into them. They will appear very gooey and undone, but do not worry. They will set up. I usually make them the night before and let them set up overnight before cutting.

playing catch up!

Such great customer quilts lately!

Christine wanted some minor custom on this quilt. 
Just a square in each block a 1/4inch in from the seams



By Lucinda

quilted with Bayside

Such a fun one


I love this one by Susan

quilted with Swirl 

One of my favorite easy patterns.


A simple 9 patch by May

quilted with He Loves Me

I love this pattern


Also by May

quilted with Bluster

A store sample for a class Maureen was teaching.

quilted with Swirl

I'll admit I didn't think the pattern Maureen chose was going to work well. I was wrong. The simplicity was perfect.


And how about her backing fabric??


Love this one by Barb

quilted with Floral Meander

Lovely.



And lastly, two matching ones by Irene


quilted with a meander


How have I not yet made a Trip Around the World quilt?

quilted with a meander

Thanks for looking! 
Happy Thursday.
















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