Tuesday, July 28, 2015
When one thinks about camping, who can deny that thoughts turn to eating S’mores – the classic campfire treat made with layers of delicious chocolate and gooey toasted marshmallows sandwiched between crisp graham crackers?
Although the true origin of S’mores is unknown, the first recorded recipe can be found in Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts published in 1927. The general thinking is that graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows were easy to transport and store when camping. The melding of these simple ingredients created a perfect balance of flavors and had everyone wanting “some more.” Ultimately, the name was shortened to “S’more.”
The FUDGE SALE works for this new flavor as well:
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
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Monday, July 6, 2015
Here's a pattern and fabrics for the Fisherman or Fisherwoman. Use the FREE PATTERN shown above or decorate with your own design. We are constantly in search of designs to fit our Western and Mountain tastes and believe we have a versatile and popular pattern here.
Sunday, July 5, 2015
With the new movie coming and the general popularity of the affable although usually endearing inept characters, what could be better for decorating! 100% Cotton, 44/45 inch wide allovers. Panel is 24"x42".
The large panel is pictured in the middle and we have a number of coordinates for all your projects: wall hanging, bedspread, quilt, curtains, table linens (how could you not smile, seeing a bowl of cereal set on these every morning).
These fabrics sell quickly, be sure to get yours.
Link to movie trailer. Link to Free Pattern
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