By Becky Goldsmith
The Piece O Cake girls are again! This time theyve extra their specific zing to 13 Amish-inspired initiatives. novices and complicated quilters alike may be enchanted through the 5 huge quilts and 8 small initiatives, «fragments» that catch the spirit of the bigger quilts in a fragment of the time.
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Some seasons it was gathered and draped in the middle. Other times it hung in box pleats all around. But I’ve heard Aunt Ann say that in whatever way she arranged it, it always took a whole bolt of crepe paper (10 feet) to make a parlor lam ’kin look right. 41 g o o d n e s s g r a c i o u s , m i s s ag n e s The parlor was frilly; the bedroom was neat; the dining room was dark and cool. But we spent most of our Mondays in the kitchen. Even before I left home on those Monday mornings I knew exactly what we would have for dinner—chicken and dumplings!
None of us would be so bold as that. 47 g o o d n e s s g r a c i o u s , m i s s ag n e s We found a place, however, where he could crawl under the fence. That hadn’t been forbidden. He soaped the rails well as we watched and directed him, each through a knothole or a crack between the boards, and then he rushed back and crawled under to our side of the fence again. Jesse James never felt more wicked than we. Then we all took our stands again, each at a knothole or a crack, to watch Mr. Engine get caught in our trap.
I never could understand the difference in the 28 my quilting fr ame attitudes of Grandma Jones and Grandma Ussery toward the same kind of dust. Grandma Ussery figured that if she swept under the beds once a week she got seven times as much lint for her labor as if she swept every day. Also, this weekly sweeping made a better showing than a daily one. When she worked she liked to make a showing. This comfortable philosophy about cleaning saved her back, her broom, her turkey-tail feather duster, and gave her more time to keep up with what was new.
Amish-Inspired Quilts: Tradition with a Piece O'Cake Twist by Becky Goldsmith