Monthly Archives: March 2011


Artichoke Dip

This delicious artichoke dip has become a real go-to recipe among the Keepsake Quilting gals. We love it and know you will, too. If you’re throwing a holiday party, greet your guests with this hot dip, and your party is bound to be a success. 

The recipe is from the out-of-print Keepsake Quilting™ Cookbook published…

Coconut Macaroons

Patchwork Stew

This long-cooking stew is the perfect make-ahead meal to prepare when you want to spend an afternoon of uninterrupted quilting time and still have a delicious meal to put on the supper table. 

The recipe is from the out-of-print Keepsake Quilting™ Cookbook published as a charitable fund-raiser in 2001. 2 pounds lean beef stew meat…

Binding a quilt

Sue & Fay Get Around a Corner

Click image to view video. Binding can be a challenge, even for the experienced quilter.  Sue makes several of our models for the catalog and the shop – we caught her discussing how to do a corner with Fay while she was sewing the binding on our log cabin quilt model.  Sue is the Greta…


Quilting our Log Cabin Quilt Model

Click on the image to view the video. Sue is quilting our model for the log cabin quilt we made from the Chocolates & Creams 2 1/2″ Strip Collection™. This is a free pattern we’ll include when you buy one of the collections. There are some great color combinations, including some that would go with…


Ribbon Weave Spring Foyer

Libby and Heather have given us a little taste of Spring today, even though the temperature outside was 0° this morning.  They got their inspiration from Stephanie Sheridan’s beautiful Ribbon Weave Quilt.  The lavenders and greens make me think of crocuses; we won’t be seeing them for some time yet with all the snow we…