What do you have for breakfast? Here at AST, one Wednesday a month, we have a cozy casserole matched up with some cozy quilting! It's called Breakfast Club and it's quickly becoming a favorite! It's led by me and the adorable Sherrie Curtis.
Every month you receive a new pattern, based on breakfast foods (hence the name). In November, we gathered together to feast upon Eggs Benedict casserole, pumpkin bread, pumpkin scones with cranberry butter, fruit, juice and a Danish ring. Yum! Don't ask why there are no photos of the food, okay?
The pattern for the November quilt was Eggs Benedict. Mary used a Clermont Farm jelly roll to construct her top. It is gorgeous!
Barbara made hers from a Christmas-themed jelly roll. Hmmm, which one was that?
No matter! It's going to be so warm and comfy on Christmas morning.
Lynne made hers from Objects of Desire. It is bright and beautiful!
|Jennifer is getting a little picky. Well, a lot picky.|
The only thing that makes having to take out a boo boo better is knowing that you can get encouragement and sympathy from everyone around you! We'll have you laughing and chatting so much that you will forget the pain of having to take out seams!
There is always fun conversation, tons of sewing and running back to the food table for a little munching.
This is Sherrie's beautiful Christmas Eggs Benedict.
And this is my Eggs Benedict top, made from a Lumiere de Noel jelly roll, that still needs to be quilted! Oy.
The girls worked hard to get their first completed blocks up on the design wall. As you can see, they are very different and all beautiful!
Can you say "Olé!" ? December's quilt is called Mexican Fiesta Eggs! Sherrie made this top and it's adorable!
Come on and join us on Wednesday, December 15 at 9:00 AM, for breakfast, quilting and friendship.
You'll love it!