Saturday, May 15, 2010

Quilting & Volunteering at the Local Museum

Here is a little selection of quilts for you quilt junkies.
Dresden Plate.
This got the Feather treatment.
Log Cabin. I love the way this has been set.
Jane Sassaman fabric.
My muse. Wonderful fabric designs brighten up my whole day.
Twice a year I volunteer for the Victorian Tea at Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre. Not only do I spend the day serving tea & coffee and washing dishes from 39 lunches, I make one dozen egg salad sandwiches. I thought some of my kitchen horror stories would scare them off asking me to contribute food, but no such luck.

Double layer, crusts removed, cut into four - corner to corner. Go easy on the seasonings. Most of the ticket holders are in their 70's and 80's and try to one-up each other with their digestive troubles.
Stack maximum two sandwiches high to wrap. Egg salad oozing out between the layers is not very attractive on the tray.
Cleanup crew. Warning - do not overfeed egg salad to cleanup crew. Gaseous explosion may result.


  1. Poor puppy dog ... that is so funny.

  2. Very pretty quilts, but the egg salad sandwiches? Not so much ;-) (Nothing personal, you understand. LOL)


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