114 N. Otsego Ave.Gaylord, MI 49735
Intermediate Foundation Paper Piecing with Jen
Letters to Santa Quilt-A-Long with Moda
Moda just released it’s new Quilt-A-Long (QAL) called Letters to Santa. If
you haven’t seen the details yet, be sure to check it out on Moda's Blog. The
Mini Alphabet Quilt pattern by Primitive Gatherings is required to
participate in the QAL.
Every month (on the 25th) they are releasing the setting details for 5 words and some of the filler blocks. Feel free to change up some of the words and make your project one-of-a-kind.
Jen is hosting a sew day each month to work on this festive project. Call us to reserve your pattern ($10) and your spot! The sew days will be on August 27th, September 24th, October 22nd, November 19th and December 10th at 10:30am.
Dig into your stash of holiday fabrics and let’s sew something!
Class cost is a one-time fee of a $25.00 gift card that you can use to purchase your pattern and your choice of fabrics for the project.
One Block Wonder Quilts (with or without panels)
Delphine enjoys fussy cut blocks of all style but she especially likes the One Block Wonder blocks. 7 panels or 6 repeats are needed to make a One Block Wonder quilt top. Join Delphine as she teaches you about the One Block Wonder technique.
Wednesday's October 5th & October 19th
1:00pm to 5:00pm
$45.00 class fee, plus pattern and supplies
Easy Striped Table Runner with Delphine
After making over two-dozen of these runners Delphine knows a thing or two about putting them together. All you need is a border print, pattern and 60 degree ruler. This is a great beginner class!
Friday, September 9th
1:00 pm to 5pm
$25.00 class fee, plus pattern and supplies
Upcoming Quilt Shows!
AQS Quilt Week, Grand Rapids, MI
August 17th-20th, 2022
North Star Quilt Show, Cadillac, MISeptember 17th, 2022The Wexford Civic Center
AuSable Quilt Guild Show, Grayling, MI
September 22nd-24th, 2022
American Legion Hall
A Harvest of Quilts, Oscoda, MI
September 24th, 2022
Richardson Elementary School
Michigan Fiber Arts & Quilter's Convention, Port Huron, MI
September 29th-October 1, 2022
Blue Water Convention Center
Upcoming Block of the Month
Starting November 2022 add some color to your creative space with FIGO's exclusive
Privy Garden BOM by Karen Lewis!
The Privy Garden is the name of the baroque private garden at the back of the Hampton Court Palace. The layout of the formal gardens is reflected in the layout of the quilt design where a big feature of wrought iron screens at the back can be found by the River Thames. The use of the trellis print reflects the layout of the garden.
Finished size - 35" x 35"
Skill level - Confident Beginner & Beyond
Duration - 6 months
Cost - $10.83 plus tax per month which equals $68.90 total - all fabric, including backing & binding plus the pattern
Recipe of the Month- Lemon Zucchini Muffins
Zucchini Lemon Muffins - Delphine made these twice already this summer!
Don't beat those muffins! The baking soda and/or baking powder used to leaven muffins is activated by moisture (baking soda) and moisture/heat (double-acting baking powder). Once this reaction starts, there's no putting it on hold. You can stir your dry ingredients vigorously, and beat your wet ingredients to a froth, but when you put the two together, do it gently — you don't want to disturb those little air bubbles responsible for making your muffins rise.Yield12 muffins
Preheat your oven to 400°F. Grease and flour (or line with papers) a 12-well muffin pan.
Combine the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and zest in a large bowl. Stir in the walnuts and raisins.
In a smaller bowl (or a two cup liquid measure), combine the eggs, milk and oil.
Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add the wet ingredients.
Stir just until barely combined and then gently fold in the zucchini.
Spoon the batter into the pan. Sprinkle with sparkling white sugar, for added crunch and flavor.
Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until the muffins spring back when you press them with your fingertips.
Remove from oven and turn out onto a cooling rack. Serve warm or with a little butter.
Store, well-wrapped, for 3 days at room temperature. Freeze for up to a month.