Friday, January 6, 2012

My Quip – Astro-Physics Quilt – Two More Blocks Readied

Good Day,

You’ve got to try this – Creamed Scrambled eggs with Smoked salmon and Nasturtiums. Just tremendous. Recipe called for chives, which I didn't have and so I substituted chopped Nasturtiums. For one - 2 eggs; 2 tablespoons ½ and ½ (didn't have cream); about 2-3 oz of smoked salmon; about a tablespoon of chopped Nasturtiums (didn't have chives); and ½ tablespoon of butter. Non-stick fry pan with butter on low medium. Mixed egg with ½ and ½. Heat in fry pan, use a spatula. Turn off heat when eggs were this side of being done, still a bit wet. Throw in chopped smoked salmon and folded with egg mixture. Amazingly, good.

And again, two more blocks/planets/stars have been prepared for Astro-Physics.

The Jacqueline De Jonge original has 11 blocks incorporated into its construction and creation. We’ve decided to take a step out and we’re reproducing our version with 15 blocks. Stay tuned for the progress of our Astro-Physics.

Quick Update - Our Civil War Reenactment 1 is now first in line on our quilting rack – aka our Longarm. The backing has been chosen and the quilting will be a characteristic Baptist Fan pattern.

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Jim and Andy

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