A huge thanks to everyone who played along.
And l learnt that THERE is recipes for Tuna and Chickpea Patties,
though that was not what l was making.
l have been taking cheese making classes this year and having tons of fun.
The most recent one was on making feta, gourmet feta and yogurt.
So when a free day presented itself l made a big batch of
gourmet feta to give as gifts this Christmas.
Here it is all dressed and ready for giving.
Here it is in its natural state before l made balls with it.
Here is a cheese platter l was able to present to guests recently.
All 3 cheeses made by me.
L-R Cheddar, Camembert and Blue.
Maybe my guests were being nice, but they all seemed to enjoy them
and there was none left at the end of the night!
Remember those antique quilts in a box l mentioned recently?
Well, here is a few pics of one of them.
The fabrics are so bold and cheerful.
Here you can see they left me a clue, Grandma's dress.
Grandma's dress again. She had a nice wardrobe.
See how she pieced some background to make them fit.
l love this block. Again clues. Getting to the bottom of the scrap basket here.
l count 3 different shirting backgrounds and 3 fabrics for the basket.
And even some pieces are pieced!!
And so to the winners of my pattern.
Jenn was on the money guessing feta cheese, but she had insider info,
so sorry Jenn,
No pattern for you!!
Christine, Haley and Jill all suggested cheese, and while they didn't guess exactly,
l am feeling in a generous mood, so l am giving all 3 my pattern.
Can you send me our postal address's please
and l will get your copy in the mail ASAP.
Thanks again for playing along. l love a good mystery.
When l come back next time l have another mystery for you.
This time its an antique quilt. One from the box!!
Thanks for visiting.