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Monday, October 29, 2012

Quilting Photo a Day October 28th–Squares

Yesterday we had “Jigg’s dinner” – a Newfoundland specialty and had DD’s fiancé’s family over for dinner.  Some families have this every Sunday!  This is the squares part of the dinner as in “three squares a day”.  You’d only need one square a day with this feed.

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L to R top row – blueberry duff (a not too sweet white cake with blueberries), cabbage

L to R centre - salt beef (this is quite like corned beef),  turnip greens, stuffing (or as some call it – dressing), pease pudding, turnip, carrot

L to R bottom row – roast turkey with gravy, potato

The desert can be viewed on the previous post.

As for sewing squares, I finished the two baby quilts before I left.  One square ran when I washed it and left dye on the backing fabric.  My friend Linda P. was going to rewash it and try to get it out.  Did it work Linda?

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Janet

5 comments:

  1. Now that looks like a decent sunday lunch - so two kinds of meat is overdoing it a bit ... do they really just quarter the cabage and cook it as a whole piece?
    Sorry I'm always fascianted with food - but the baby square quilt / square baby quilt is nice, it's one of those examples where I realize time and again - youd odn'T need to go into intricate complicated patterns and piecing to make soemthign nice.

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  2. Hi Janet,
    Hope that you are enjoying your holiday.
    Quilts came out just fine. I used Resolve with Oxiclean and the stain is vertually gone.
    Amazing what science can do. Very cold & windy in Carcross but then it is coming on to Halloween so we expect it to be winter.
    Hope that you are not being impacted by "Sandy".
    Keep posting. LP

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  3. I haven't even heard of some of those things, but it looks delish!!! Yum!!!! Hope you are having an awesome trip! :-)

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  4. Your meal looks scrumptious!! Love the baby blankets - I hope the running dye came out.

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  5. Yum dinner, definitely a tummy filler.
    Your quilts look beautiful-glad the run came out.

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