1 family block of Dairy Milk Chocolate (I used 2 x 200g blocks)
1 family block of Peppermint Crème filled Chocolate (I used 2 x 200g blocks)
1 small block of White chocolate (200g)
1 1⁄4 pack Choc Ripple biscuits
1⁄2 can Condensed Milk
1 oz Butter What to do....... Crush the chocolate ripple biscuits.
Melt the butter, condensed milk and peppermint chocolate all together.
Mix well with the biscuits.
Spread into a lined slice tray.
Melt the block of milk chocolate and spread it over the biscuit base.
Melt the white chocolate and spread over the top in a decorative
Chill until set. Cut into bite size pieces.
I am making a quilt for a friends granddaughter.. she really wanted greys, mints & pinks. I couldn't find any fabrics I liked in those colours. This is what I chose.
So I started to cut. Strips & 6.5" feature squares.
Then I sewed the strips together.. Now ready for cross cutting...
After suffering a migraine foe a day or two I sat at the machine.
Our quilt group has decided that the gift this year for KRIS KRINGLE is to be a cute little bag. It can be done in any colour and embellished any way.
Years ago I made a coffee cup bag using this fun technique so thought I'd give it another go.
There is a bit of cutting and sewing involved but it's worked out great.
And here is the finished bag.
The pocket adds a little bit extra. This wasn't in the pattern but I thought I'd put one in.
And look at the fun fabric.. A sewers life..
There are a great deal of patterns offered for free. Pop on over to have a look and hopefully make something..
Ive been to our quilt show and back........
I can't believe I haven't been here for quite a while. No excuses really except that I have been feeling flat and couldn't be bothered doing anything..Time to change....
Here are some photos I've taken on my phone of some of the beautiful quilts on display.
We had a spring theme and this was made and placed at the entrance. HOW CUTE..