Hello all, Mary Ellen here.
What do pie crusts have to do with quilting you say? I am a fan of the King Arthur baking catalog. Since I order from them frequently, I of course am on their email list.And look what came today:
For those of you who make your own crusts, wouldn’t this be an impressive one to bring out at Thanksgiving dessert time? Click here for the procedure. If you try it, send me a picture so I can share it here!
And here’s another question to encourage a comment. Sitting down for a long piecing/quilting session again, Shoes on or shoes off?
Very interesting pie crust design. I take my right shoe off when I sew.
I don’t wear any shoes!
Could be a strip pieced Quilt top pattern.
Always with shoes
No shoes for me! Actually no pie either.
That’s quite a masterpiece of a pie crust. I take both shoes off especially if I’m up and down to the ironing board
No shoes and I only EAT pie!
Nice presentation and no shoes
Happy Thanksgiving all
I like to eat pie, but am no pie baker. My crust is always tough. My shoes are always on because for some reason I am always dropping pins!
The pie in the picture looks kind of like a rail fence pattern. Can you imagine the look on your guests faces if you said that you made a rail fence pie? As for shoes, I always wear them. My sewing area is in the basement. It gets mighty cold down there in the winter.
I leave my shoes on.
I have been to the King Arthur baking facility and never thought to get in touch via e mail. I’m trying it.
Shoes off when the weather is good. In winter, usually shoes on
I leave the pie making to my daughter-in-law who make an Apple pie to die for. she always makes one or more for family affairs. As for shoes, I like to sew with my shoes off. My pedal keeps moving and
I can grab it with my toes!
Pie looks fantastic !
I leave my shoes on since one time I stepped on a pin and really hurt my toe.
The pie looks like a rail fence block. Imagine your guests faces when you announce that desert is a rail fence pie. Shoes always. My feet get cold.