Thursday, August 23, 2012

Log Cabin~Winter Model Finished

You know, it really is a good idea to stitch winter themed things during the heat of summer :)

Thankfully, we've had a very cool summer so far, but even a few hot days are too many for me and it was nice to be stitching snowflakes and reindeer and remembering 'my' time of year isn't too very far away. I'm not wishing my life away, mind you, I'm grateful for every day the good Lord gives me, but it is easier for me to be thankful when it is cooler, lol.

This cooler wetter spring and summer have given us a bumper crop of blueberries this year and in between stitching and designing I've been freezing berries and making a few much requested recipes. If you've never tried it I highly recommend filling your next batch of cinnamon rolls with some blueberries, fresh or frozen. They can make getting up and having breakfast something to really look forward to. I also make a blueberry/raspberry coffee cake that is easy, beautiful and pretty delicious if I say so myself. If there is any interest I'll happily post the recipe :)

I hope to introduce Log Cabin~Spring in a few days. Log Cabin~Winter will go on sale during the Counted Wishes Festival which begins Sept 15th. During the festival I'll also be offering buy two patterns get a third of your choice for free and I'll have a new free pattern available. Right now I can only tell you that it contains my favorite motto about music!

8 comments:

  1. I love your designs! And I would also love the recipe for the blueberry/raspberry coffee cake! :-)

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  2. Ok, next post will have the recipe :)

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  3. Your Winter looks great, Kathy. And i would love the recipe for the blueberry/rasberry cake, too.

    Hugs, Heike

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  4. Your Winter Log Cabin is very beautiful.

    Greetings Manuela

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  5. Thank you, Manuela and heike, I'm glad you like it :)

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  6. This one may very well be my favorite so far. I love the log cabin layout, the colors AND the reindeer!

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  7. Thanks Ginger, it was fun to stitch too!

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