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Monday, December 31, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! Pfeffernusse!!

We are attacking the strings today, having fun swapping and sharing and sewing our brains out!

Not a fan of brown or red? Simply choose two color families you like together plus background and sew, baby sew!!

15 comments:

Mary Ellen said...

I like the quilted pfeffernuesse SO much better than the cookies. I think you have to grow up with the cookie article to like them.

iris said...

When i see all raising their hands with cutters , otumaticlly i say hellooooo every body

gia gia said...

although i am not a rotary cutter user, i appreciate the rotary cutter salute!! i'm thinking, i gotta do this pfeffernusse thing soon!!

Kim said...

look at all the happy faces......no wonder you love your job :0)

Happy Sewing, safe travels and have a blessed 2013

stash busting nurse said...

Happy sewing everyone.....says she doing the rotary cutter salute x

Mary said...

Wish I could spend my time with ya'll instead of having to work! Looks like so much fun! One of these days I will get to see you in person!!!

Deborah DeBerry said...

What is a Pfeffernuesse? Happy New Year!!!

Das Quiltmonster said...

Pfeffernüsse are little brown Cookies we bake over here at Christmas time!The ingrediants are sugar, flour,butter,brown sirup, cream and a variety of spices:to give the right Christmas taste!!!

Deborah DeBerry said...

sounds delish!!! Thank you for educating me.

Caddie said...

Wish I was in America. Everything here in Australia shuts down till February. I could have an amazing te sewing with Bonnie and the girls. Happy New Year.

Irene Onderweegs said...

Pepernoten! Yep, with Sinterklaas we want Pepernoten! They tend to creep down in time even to the end of September, and Sinterklaas is only the 5th December! But delightfull, even two kinds of them, crispy ones, small, round, and something like dumplings, about 1 inch and kind'a hooky and soft =^} Its like gingerbread men, only a bit smaller.
Happy New Year to all of you!
(Fireworks are booming the last weeks already, but for now it's pouring rain and not quite nice to light the "Howling Kitchen Help" LOL!)
Be healthy, live a life driven by curiosity, but drive carefully!
Love to the world for the coming 2013, from a very rainy and quite stormy Amsterdam!
Irene

Martha said...

Had a great time today ...Bonnie, you rock!!! So happy to meet you in person. Have a safe trip home and see you in March and on quilt cam soon...

Mary Ellen said...

Notice the "pfeffer" in Pfeffernuesse. That would be pepper in English, as in black pepper. Literal translation is "pepper nuts" and peppery they are. They are not kidding when they say they are spicy.

Beth said...

Look at all thosew strings and strips. Wonderful. I struggled with the strings doing RRCB (which isn't done) but just tried again and I loved every minute of it. I have been saving my 'strings' so I will be busy doing more projects with them. Thanks Bonnie and Happy New Year.

Allison in Plano said...

Such a great time was had by all. Fun to share strings and stories. Going back for more tomorrow!! What better way to end 2012 with Bonnie and to start 2013 with her too!! Such a blessing she is to us that love her and her scrappy ways. Happy New Year to everyone.