Welcome to my pit-stop on the Sweet Celebrations Blog Tour! In case this is your first introduction, Moda Bake Shop has compiled a book of all new patterns, Sweet Celebrations with Moda Bakeshop Chefs, with inspiring sewing creations to celebrate your favorite seasons and holidays throughout the year.
What is your favorite part of quilting – fabric selection, piecing, quilting, binding – and why?
Wow. I have so many favorite parts of quilting. I really enjoy the cutting, piecing and even binding, but if forced to pick a favorite, I would have to choose the fabric selection process. Picking the color palette and fabrics, laying out the contrasting prints and textures – I just love that part.
What sewing accomplishment are you most proud of?
I would have to say, finishing my Union Jack quilt this summer. It’s been a long time work-in-progress and I’m so happy it’s done. I’m glad I had the London Olympics as my deadline motivation.
But since that tradition is still evolving I thought I would share one of our very established Thanksgiving traditions: my Grandma’s Pumpkin Chiffon Pie recipe (not pictured). This pie is a light, fluffy, chilled version of a classic Thanksgiving flavor. My grandma passed away 9 years ago and my mom has continued that tradition every year. One of these days I need to make one myself so that I can carry on the tradition. Here is that recipe. Even if you’re not a traditional ‘pie’ person (I’m not either) you might like this one!
And now the really fun part! I get to give away a copy of Sweet Celebrations with Moda Bakeshop Chefs to one of you as well as well as one of the latest collections of Moda precuts!
Winner cherylj said…
October 8 – Angela Mitchell and Ellie Roberts