In this edition you can read about
At The Quilters' Store
#All of our Newsletters have a link to each product featured. If you are looking for more information, price etc., just click on the name/heading of the product and it will take you to our website.
AT THE QUILTERS' STORE
We're back to normal trading hours Tues - Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm and Sat 9.30am - 3pm.
Any orders placed during the 22nd Decemeber 2018 up to 15th January 2019 will be processed from today.
We hope you are all rested and had a nice break.
The sale continues.....
40% off ALL fabric (Minimum 1.00m cut)
Class Booking Policy
ANYTHING GOES with Karen, 10am - 1pm. Fee $25
Do you have a project that isn't getting anywhere? Need a helping hand with your patchwork, applique or embroidery projects?
Then join Karen for Anything Goes!
Maximum 6 students per session
Wed 6th Feb 2019
Tues 12th Feb 2019
Fri 15th Feb 2019
"Bookings are essential and full payment will secure your place in the class"
CHARITY QUILTS meet at 9.30am - 2pm, No Charge
We make quilts for lots of different groups - ranging from teeny, tiny premmie quilts, up to queen size quilts. We have machines, fabric, thread, irons - tea, coffee and always yummy morning tea on hand. We need you! Come along and help out whenever you can. Great way to meet people and do what you enjoy.
First Friday in Feb (1st)
Chocolate Ripple Cake
500ml Cream thickened
1 tsp Caster Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla Essence
250 gram packet of biscuits
Use an electric beater to beat the cream, sugar and vanilla in a bowl until firm peaks form.
Spread a little of the cream along a serving platter to make the base.
Stand one biscuit upright on its edge and spread with the cream mixture.
Place another biscuit alongside and sandwich together.
Continue layering with cream mixture and remaining biscuits to form a log.
Spread the remaining cream mixture over biscuit to cover. Place in the fridge for a minimum of 6 hours to set.
Top with either rasberries, strawberries, shaved chocolate, peppermint crisps or your favourite topping, then slice the cake diagonally.
Recipe from www.stayathomemum.com.au
Until next time