Quilting The Kaye Wood Way, Week of 11.2.11 - Houston Rocked!
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Quilting the Kaye Wood Way
- What's On Sale
- Community Quilt Connection/LoveQuilt
- Kaye's Lecture/Demo/Trunk Show in West Branch, MI
- Show and Tell
- West Branch Seminar
- What's New
- Apple Recipes
- Our Facebook Group
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- This Day in History
- QSC Expos
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- 11.12 -- West Branch, MI
Houston Quilt Market was AWESOME!! We found so many cute patterns, buttons, books and ideas.. Kaye has been nominated for induction into the Hall of Fame, and lots of fun people crossed our path. And, to beat all, Kaye and Kayla got upgraded to 1st Class on the way home.
I'm sure they could have flown home without a plane, that's how "up" this year's Market was!
What's On Sale....
During November, we will have lots and lots of stuff on sale. You can access anything that's on sale on our SALE page.
You can also keep track of our holiday sales HEREBuy 1 Ebook or Epattern and get another free!
You know the drill, we'll take the price on the more expensive item and even though it won't show up in the shopping cart, we won't charge you for the 2nd, 4th, 6th... items.
Buy 5, get 5 free...Buy 15, get 15 free!
Funky and Fabulous Deluxe Organizers.
These fun and funky patterns are designed for laminated fabrics, however they include optional instructions for cotton.
Pattern includes an art supplies bag with a wide strap and exterior buckle option. A computer bag, a travel satchel with scalloped flap option and an essentials bag. Fully customizeable interior and exterior options.
Totally fun way to show off your stuff!
Everyone Can Quilt
Regular price is 22.99 but until Monday it's only $15.00!
You've seen Kaye strip her quilts for 40 seasons on PBS-TV on Kaye's Quilting Friends. Now watch her strip in person.
Making quilts can be easier than you think with Kaye's original techniques.
Something for everyone - from beginner to more advanced, Pointless or Pointed people!
Lots of ideas for your next project!
Learn to eliminate the slow-downs in quiltmaking.
Kaye also shares some of the funny things that have happened to her on the road to quilting.
A Special "Thanks" to the following shops for helping us to advertise Kaye's Seminar!
- Caroline's Sewing Room in West Branch, MI
- Quilt-n-Bee in Traverse City, MI
- Front Porch Quilts in Frankenmuth, MI
Quilt Shop in Pinconning, MI
Here's the 411 on Mary Kaeser's LoveQuilt Connection. She's been approved for the Pepsi Refresh Everything project and you can help make the dream a reality!Community Quilt Connection, Inc. / LoveQuilt needs your help.We have had our equipment in storage for two years. You have a chance to help us get a location. It is VERY easy and costs NOTHING!! Okay, it does cost your time.Go to this website and signup to vote on project ideas.You have 5 votes PER DAY until Nov 30. We need one of those votes.Then you have 4 votes for others; but DON'T vote for anyone else in the $50,000.
Here is the website http://www.refresheverything.com/helpcommunityquiltconnection
Now GO VOTE and pass the word!
Call For Show and Tell Entries....Send them in so we can feature your creations!
Email your pictures and the story behind them to terrye@...
What's New In Our Store....Candice Tote Pattern from Joan Hawley of Lazy Girl Designs
Perky and Quirky is Lazy Girl Designs newest purse/tote pattern!
Features: Fat Pocket for e-device, optional secure zippered closure, shoulder length fabric handles with optional "D" rings, slant entry front pocket, and inside pockets to keep you organized.
Includes instructions for using fat quarter cuts as well as yardage.
Finished size: approx. 11" x 11.5" x 4.5"
New Selection of Magnetic and Ionic Bracelts
Elasticized to fit most wrists.
Magnetic bracelets ar emost commonly used for discomforts in the harm, arm and shoulder.
Promotes a general sense of well-being, opptimum energy and stamina.
We've reached the last of our Apple Recipes. Now, I want your award winning, Pumpkin Creations!Reader's Hints, Tips and Techniques....
My best quilting tip would have to be not to mix different brands of rulers when cutting fabrics for your quilts. It may seem trivial, but doing this may affect how your pieces fit together. I always use my 1/4 inch sewing machine foot and I press as I go.....Annette
Apple Macaroon Pie
1 c. sugar (divided), 1/2 tsp. cinnamon, 1/2 c. nuts, chopped, 2 eggs, 1 c. flour, 1 stick butter, melted, 1 stick margarine, melted
Fill 8x8" pan with sliced apples. Sprinkle with 1/2 cup sugar, cinnamon and chopped nuts. Beat eggs and add to 1/2 cup sugar, flour, margarine and butter. Mix all ingredients together and pour dough over apples. Bake on low temperature at 300 degrees for 1-1/2 hours.
Crazy Apple Pie
1 c. flour, 1/2 tsp salt., 1 tsp. baking powder, 1 T. sugar, 1 egg, 2/3 c. shortening, 3/4 c. water, 1/2 tsp. apple pie spice (or cinnamon), 1 c. apple pie filling
Beat together at medium speed four, salt, baking powder, sugar, egg, shortening and water. Pour into 9" pie plate. Combine pie filling and apple pie spice and pour into pie plate. DO NOT STIR. Bake at 425 degrees for 45 minutes. Serve with whipped topping.
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Specialty threads are wonderful to use when you want a different look and texture to your project. With all the beautiful colors, thread can really make your work stand out and be noticed. But as with most things, you have to play with them a bit to get used to them, and find out what works best to get the maximum success. Here are some things that might help you. Plan on adjusting your tension and needle positions. Most of the time this will have to be done, and don't be afraid to try different settings! The look and effect will vary and you might find a new one you like. When you do find one that pleases you, jot it down along the with settings. That way you can refer back when necessary. Take it slow, it's not a race and specialty threads are a bit more challenging to work with. Check your needle to make sure it's big enough to accommodate your thread and sharp. Specialty threads don't have to be a headache, if you remember to have a little patience and find the best settings for you.
One of our favorite sites for quilting ideas is CraftGossip! Check them out, they have all kinds of crafting sections.This Day in History....
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1512 Michelangelo's paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel were shown to the public for the first time.
1755 Earthquake, fires, and tsunami leveled Lisbon and claimed 70,000 lives.
1765 The Stamp Act, the first direct tax on the American colonies, went into effect.
1870 The U.S. Weather Bureau made its first meteorological observations.
1936 Benito Mussolini described the new alliance between Nazi Germany and Italy as an "axis" running between Berlin and Rome.
1952 The United States exploded the first hydrogen bomb in a test in the Marshall Islands.
1993 The Maastricht Treaty was enacted, establishing the European Union.
January in Oklahoma!
Have A Great Week!
Kaye, Terrye and Kayla
Stop by and meet us at the Lecture/Demo/Trunk Show in West Branch, on November 12, 2011!Terrye Kinch
Kaye Wood, Inc