Thursday, March 19, 2009

A Tasty Treat

Bazaar 1



Last night I put the finishing pin in the quilt top from the series I am making for my granddaughters.

I am calling this series "Bazaar", because the colours I am using remind me so much of colourful flea markets and bazaars around the world, some of which I have been lucky enough to have visited.
Then, today I baked.

These neenish tarts are Ian's favorite, so I thought it was about time I gave him a little treat, he has been so good to me since I have been feeling "poorly". They are a little bit fiddly to make but do make a nice sweet treat to have occasionally. Ian's Mum used to make a plate of these for him now and then, I wonder if he will think mine as good ?

The sausage rolls I made because I just felt like eating one...you know..as you do !

3 comments:

Little Miss Flossy said...

I LOVE homemade sausage rolls, the kids beg for some every time my Mum visits. The quilt is looking gorgeous.

Alla said...

the quilt top is so gorgeous !! I've never seen such beautiful floral prints and strong colours put together and the result is fantastic !!
Are most fabrics in this quilt from NZ ?
Lynn xo

juliet said...

The quilt is beautiful - lovely bright colours. As for neenish tarts - well homebaking in Scotland isn't the same as back home in NZ - I took afghans and yo-yos in one day and made friends with people who'd never spoken to me in the 2 years I've been in that office, I wonder what they would do for neenish tarts? (and if it's legal).