The final letter in my logo! and time for more baking. Again I wanted to make miniature treats to form my letter G. This is a take on my childhood favourites Jammy Dodgers, yum! 175g butter 250g plain flour 100g castor sugar 1 lemon 1 egg For the filling Jam 80g butter 200g icing sugar … More G the final letter!
Only one more letter to go after this one, then all of the individual letters will be ready to complete my new logo. I love to colour in and I often sit and doodle or colour in one of my new adult colouring books. It is very relaxing and it certainly seems to be the … More Next Letter a colourful experience!
I have knit the letter I using two different colours of DK wool on size 4mm needles. If you do not know how to knit there are lots of really good videos on youtube showing all the basics. I started by casting on 50 stitches, in the turquoise colour. I worked out that I wanted the … More I have been knitting
Life has been a little busy this week but I have finally finished the letter K I placed the aida cross stitch fabric into an embroidery hoop and stretched the fabric so that it was tight. I used aida 14 count. I used three strands of the embroidery thread as I wanted the colours to stand … More Cross stitch for a K
To make the felt flowers I used a selection of felt sheets, embroidery thread, sewing needle, pins, scissors, buttons and some flower templates. I found a variety of free templates for flowers shapes on the internet, they were easy to find by searching “flower template” You could also draw out your own shapes if you wish. Once … More A Floral Arrangement
I’ve decided to change a few of my letters from the original plan, as I thought I needed to bake a few more letters! So B for bread! Again I’m using my wonderful Kitchenaid with the dough hook. It saves me so much time but you can make the bread by hand if your prefer. … More B for Baking Bread
I thought I would whip up a batch of mini muffins to make up my letter G. I used the following ingredients for the muffins 115g stork margarine 115g castor sugar 115g self raising flour (sieved) 2 eggs beaten Preheat your oven to 170° (fan oven) or gas mark 5. Using my favourite piece of kitchen equipment, … More G for gorgeous mini iced jam muffins
I have used crazy patchwork quilting to make the letter N You will need a sewing machine, thread, scissors or rotary cutter, cutting mat, ruler, scraps of fabric, and buttons Cut your first piece of fabric into a random shape with straight sides Join two pieces of fabric together and sew using a straight … More A New Letter