I finally got a chance to try out the egg souffle recipe that I got at the bed-and-breakfast in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, earlier this year. I love eggs and don't mind eating them any time of day!
I served the ladies their choice of tea, apple cider, or chai latte with my handy Keurig.
I didn't have time to make anything special for dessert but some miniature muffins and these chocolate-covered biscuits and wafers that I picked up over the weekend seemed to please.
After having a bite to eat, we retreated to the parlor, where I gave a demo of my AccuQuilt fabric cutter. The ladies seemed to be quite intrigued by this time-saving tool! These green velvet pieces were cut using the Fall Medley die.
I have been a member of this group for seven years and what I enjoy most is just getting together and catching up with everyone. They are a very encouraging group of ladies and I seem to come away from each meeting feeling refreshed and energized to start another project. One year, we decided to do a block exchange, using fabrics that each of us selected for our own quilts. Of course, I chose pink and brown reproduction fabrics. The ladies made me these blocks, which I've been working into a quilt.