Monday, November 9, 2009

What a Showing!!

Oh how you Kennel Girls have been busy little bees. Almost everyone at our Nov. guild had something new for show and tell. It was DOG-GONE fantastic! I realize that you may get sick of my stupid doggy puns. But, get use to it, after all-we are the Kennel Girls. We had an excellant turn out and it was great to have Rae Ann and her new friend Jackie (who is really fun) rejoin our group. Alot of exciting projects are going to come about this year! Our first exchange is going to be 8"squares of Homespun plaid or checks in Fall colors. We will be doing this for 5 months. Each month you will bring 1 square for however many women sign up. It will start at our Christmas luncheon on Dec. 1st. If you're interested be sure and let Lynda know. Remember when cutting plaids and checks you need to open your fabric up so that they are cut straight on a line. We are going to be doing Schnibbles in Jan., April, and July. Not sure what these are? Come to the luncheon and find out. Also, Joylyn will be heading up our doggie treat classes. These will be held in March, May, Sept. and Nov. I'm confindent that she will have some fun things for us to do or learn.

Recipe of the month (Straight from the Kennel)

Grape Salad (provided by Lynda Larson and Jill Carroll)

Red and green grapes washed, stemed and dry

8 oz. cream cheese
8 oz. sour cream
1/3 c. sugar
1 tsp. vanilla

Mix dressing ingredients and stir in grapes. (the dressing covers at least a large bag of each color grape. Keep chilled.


  1. Fantastic! I got to see the show and tell even though I missed it at the meeting. Can't wait to exchange fabric, one of my favorite things to do. Thanks Jann

  2. mom, your quilt blogs looking good

  3. Thanks for the warm welcome! I love being back! Jackie had a good time as well. Can't wait until our luncheon in December! I have the first Schnibbles quilt finished as of right now and you will see it then. It is on it's way to be quilted in the morning. You girls get ready for this fun little quilt that you can make in a day and a half. So cute!