Monthly Archives: March 2011

Artichoke-Dip-Recipe

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…

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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…

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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…