Sunday, August 28, 2016

Wool applique!

 Jeni from the Willow is having another free quilt along!  Since I had so much fun with hers last year, I really want to keep up with this one.  So...here are the first two blocks.  I am loving them!!
 You can find her blog here, and also the free patterns.  Thank you, Jeni!!


www.jenifromthewillow.blogspot.com


 I have made a tiny bit of progress on the Buttermilk Basin "Let it Snow" bom.  I am missing some blocks, and I know I have printed them out, so will go through my files and find them, LOL!!
I had a call for gluten free, wheat free bread.  This is what I made.  It is made from rice and tapioca starch...and it is pretty good!!  Different, but good!  Especially yummy with peanut butter and honey, or butter and jam.  I would love a recipe for Oat bread, made only with oat flour...do you have a good one??




Have a great day, everyone!!

Julie

20 comments:

belarmina said...

Julie los apliques son preciosos,
el pan parece muy bueno
buena semana

Julierose said...

Really cute blocks--p.s. Your linky doesn't work to get to Jenny at the willow...;000 hugs, Julierose

Karen said...

Your wool blocks look very good. I did not start either of the sets of blocks. Just saved the patterns. Too much on my plate now.

Tanya Quilts in CO said...

I just prepped Jeni's blocks yesterday. I like your colors--I am also going more bright and modern than country with mine. I love working with wool felt, so this should be fun.

julieQ said...

Thanks, Julierose...The link works now!!

Libby in TN said...

My mother used to make delicious oatmeal bread, but I'm sure it probably used wheat flour. I'll look it up and see if it's possible to substitute oat flour.

Randy D. said...

Your wool applique looks fabulous!!! Nice job!

Gypsy Quilter said...

Check out this sight, they may have some recipes for you. Happy baking.

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/

Janet O. said...

Such cute wool blocks!
I see so many people posting their Buttermilk Basin blocks. Makes me want to get to stitching them. Yours look really good. Can't wait to see how this one finishes up.
Oh, your bread looks good. I would LOVE the recipe. I've tried a few different GF breads and haven't been thrilled with them. They don't look as good as yours does.
This week I have made three different GF shortbreads, GF zucchini muffins, GF breadsticks (epic fail), GF cornbread and corn muffins, and a GF pie crust. I would love to try bread again. Trying to get back the baking mojo I lost when I was diagnosed 18 months ago.

Tired Teacher said...

Appliqué and my skills do not match, so I'll admire your wonderful BOM.

Lori said...

What sweet wool applique!!

marie said...

Confused. How did you get Jeni's second block-------when I go to her blog--it's not there, just the first one. I get her blog via email and have not received it as yet but see two people who have blogged they have theirs done. BTW--your blocks are very nice and the bread looks yummy.

gayle said...

Your woolly blocks look great! I've downloaded the patterns, but haven't made a stitch yet...

julieQ said...

Marie, I follow Jeni on facebook, and the second block is there, under files.

Kyle said...

It's nice to get these wooly blocks prepped. They're both going to be super cute quilts.

Little Penpen said...

Cute blocks! The bread looks yummy.... but there again... ALL bread looks yummy to me. LOL (from someone who is trying to cut out bread)

audrey said...

Your applique is SO sweet!

Missy said...

I love your blocks!

Valerie Reynolds said...

Your wheat bread looks delicious! Love your stitching!!!!

Barb said...

I can smell the bread all the way over here. Love your projects.