19 January 2009

Six crosses is done! and a new recipe.

six crosses finished
Here is is! All done. I quilted it yesterday and finished the binding last night.

six crosses - close up
Here's a close-up.

I am planning on submitting this in the Artists Celebrating Christ Art Show. I'll keep you all updated if I get accepted and then I'll post the show dates and details. The story behind this quilt is posted here. This quilt is part of project improv - a bunch of quilters dedicated to sewing a quilt without a pattern - check out our Flickr group.

I am also posting a new recipe. It's a good one. Although not low-fat, it's great comfort food.

Dakota Growers Pasta Co.
As part of the recipe, I'm plugging Dakota Growers Pasta Co. pasta. Aside from how great it tastes (super good) it's made right here in North Dakota (Carrington, ND to be exact). Anytime we make something with pasta we try to use this kind. Doesn't that look like Corey and I harvesting wheat? 
No? 
Well I think it does.

7 comments:

Sara said...

The quilting looks great! I hope your entry wins!

Bison Girl said...

thanks!

I should have mentioned in the post - but other than a "people's choice award," no awards will be given. It'd be a great honor to even be included in the show.

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

The quilt looks great! I especially like the upper left corner block.

amandajean said...

i love your crosses quilt!!! it's fantastic!

KateKwiltz said...

I really like this one. And the fact that it has such meaning to you makes it even more special. Great quilting on it, BTW!

Bison Girl said...

thanks :)

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