Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Dessert Sewing and Playing Tag

Apple tart for my dear Wayne's Birthday.

It was a success as a Birthday dessert.I used GF pastry from the Pastry Pantry range. Spread with cherry preserves and sliced apples. A quick basting with melted butter and a dusting of sugar , bake and enjoy.

I would like to introduce you to (oops no name yet)

Anyway she came home to Sydney with me in June. Lots of story about her and I'll fill you in over the next year as she helps me make the Civil War Quilts by Barbara Brackman

Today we played tag and made the first block.

Catch Me If You Can.

I enjoyed today !! Sure hope you did my friends. Terry


Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Great post that tart especially with the gf's great isn't it!!! and the Civil War block is wonderful...I love it...Dzintra♥x

Suedio said...

Hi Terry

Looove your little (un-named) featherweight!

I'm using my "Francene" to put my blocks together. So glad you decided to add another project to your list. Your first block looks great. The salmon/pink fabric is gorgeous.

Regards, Sue

Sue-Anne said...

Hi Terry, Your tart looks delicious. Love your new little sewing machine and also your block you made, the fabrics are gorgeous.

Miss 376 said...

I love your new friend, I'm sure you will both have lots of fun together

kaite said...

good morning Ter, it's Thursday now, somehow i lost Wednesday, it's around here somewhere. Yummy apple torte for Wayne, i just picked a couple of mutsu apples so will try it.
Also love your dear little Miss Singer, it really is the sweetest little sewing machine i have seen. Was it Mom's? byee, k.

Notjustnat said...

Hi Terry, didn't know you have got FW sewing machine. Did you bring her back with you from the State? I love mine and using my for the CWQ blocks too. Great isn't it? That tart is looking yummy. Happy Birthday to Wayne - Hugs Nat

Sandra Henderson said...

Oh my..... So pretty! Alllll of it! (drool)
I have figured how to post photos!

quilting Jeannet said...

Wow, I see a featherweight! I love the machine and I have also one, so nice to work whit her.

warm greetings, Jeannet