Exactly one year ago today, I posted my grandmother's Homemade Divinity Fudge recipe in a blog on my website. This is my all time favorite recipe from my family. My Grandmother passed down this annual Christmas holiday recipe to my Mother and she passed it on to me. And for the past 50+ years, it has been a holiday favorite at our house for Christmas. In the original recipe, it just says to cook over low heat to softball stage. Grandma and my Mom used a saucer of water to drop some of the candy into the water...
Fabric quality has improved over the years, but one thing still happens with surprising regularity… fabrics still bleed! Rich or vibrant colors are especially common culprits: reds, purples, blues, and even yellows will often lose some of their dye during washing…. And if that washing is after you have already pieced and quilted the quilt, there could be real panic on what to do next.
From all of us at Lonesome Pine Quilts, we wish you the gift of faith and the blessing of hope this Thanksgiving Day! We gather on this day to be thankful for what we have, for the family we love, the friends we cherish, and for the blessings that will come.
It's a Christmas Holiday Workshop Double Header this coming Saturday, November 23rd from 10:00-12:00 at Lonesome Pine Quilts. Make two cute holiday projects, both of which would be great gifts for the holidays and stitched with love from the heart.