Thursday, April 8, 2010

What do you do on a Spring April Rainy Day??

We know April Showers
bring May Flowers
so here's what you do....
Stop by Lazy Daisy....
Taste the treats at the counter
and pick up your favorite Rainy Day Project.
We'll bag it up for you
and add a mix
for your favorite sample day item ....
When you have had enough fun here
go home to mix up your dip,
treat, salsa,
or chocolate..
Open your new project
which comes complete,
with pattern,
backing and binding...
Then let the fun begin
put the petal to the metal
because we're already working
on your next new idea
and it is a great one!

The glorious cheater girl quilt
is pre-cut scallops
glued in place
then bring in
and Theresa will finish for you
with a delightful minkee backing
this is a gotta see
new project and simple,
quick and fabulous!
But, wait there is more....
Vanisha Griggs
one of our inspiration customers
dropped off quilts
and brought us a new and darling
project which we will now bring to you!

This baby jacket is quick
and is made from scraps.
Rip strips of scraps
and lay over the pattern piece
stitch in 1/4" diagonally
to hold in place, line and so cute!
Patterns are on the way
and samples will be in the store soon!
Stop by and ask for details...

You don't want to miss the darling
little jacket perfect for the spring weather!
Complete with buttons and hoody!

See the cute lining!

As you stop by
you will want to test our samples this month!
Hot Pepper Raspberry Dip

Coconut Macaroons

And if that is not enough
a recipe to add to your favorites.
Great with any barbeque
or side dish you must try
this Pasta Salad Recipe

Shrimp and Pasta Salad
1 lb. fresh shrimp peeled and cut tails off
(if your don't like shrimp use salami slices)
1 box penne pasta cooked and drained
1/2 cup fresh spinach chopped finely
1 can baby corn
1/2 cup feta cheese
1/4 cup pine nuts (sprinkle just before serving)
1 can large black olives
Cherry tomatoes if desired
Mix together in a bowl
and toss with dressing recipe below:
1/2 cup red wine vinegar
1 cup olive oil
2 tbsp. dijon mustard
2 cloves minced fresh garlic
2 tbsp. basil (i use fresh dry is fine)
2 tbsp. parsley


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