Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Working and Baking

Hi friends!
Nasty looking  Day!
Made a few more yesterday of these.
Then i got out that red flowered fabric and made another block.
 This is a envelope block!  you make this to make the other blocks that i have been working on.
Then you cut it up and rearrange the pieces. It makes this beautiful block!  Then you sew the pieces together to make this!
I love making these blocks, it's magical!
Yesterday for supper i made some home made bread to go with the soup.
You can see the metal mixer still in the top or bottom however you look at it.
It must have been good we ate half of it!

I am thinking about toasting some and eating it with butter in a little while, a late lunch!
I used my bread machine that i hadn't used for years and really didn't know if it would work
Tommy bought me this years ago.
He likes to by me cooking stuff since i told him i don't really wear jewelry.
Have a great one friends.
Quilt Happy


sewyouquilt2 said...

must be soup season LOL I made a homemade ham and pea soup. YUM said...

I made turkey soup and added a little rice. By the 2nd day DH called it turkey stew it was so thick but it was very good. I love that red fabric and that block pattern is gorgeous.

Podunk Pretties said...

What a gorgeous loaf of bread! Looks like I need to dust off my bread machine and get cookin! I've never seen that quilt block before, nice!

Cheryl said...

What a magical block - I love it. And that beautiful loaf of bread looks amazing

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

That block is magical. I love patterns that transform a plain block into a spectacular quilt block. I have a bread maker such as yours. We love to make fresh bread. It always makes for some special toast.

Jean said...

Very cute block and the bread looks delicious!

Needled Mom said...

That does make a great looking block.

I'll bet that bread smelled as good as it tasted too.

Terry said...

Nothing like fresh bread and soup! Bet it smelled good at your house