October 12, 2010

Paper, Pie & a Sheep


Last month I was interviewed as part of an article on Etsy for the local newspaper. Twice a week since then, I have been eagerly searching the paper looking for that tiny article with maybe a photo of me in it. I was starting to think that it may never be published until yesterday when I saw a little photo of me at the top right of the front cover announcing the feature story...

Little did I realize it would be a full page article with my photo taking half of it! I was blown away! Please read the full article HERE.

I also made some absolutely scrumptious pie! It was so fabulous that my friend licked her plate at our tea party! HAHA! I used what I had in the house: 2 nectarines, 2 fresh spartan apples, 2 clumps of concord grapes, 2 cups of frozen blackberries, the juice and rind of half a lemon, 2/3 cup of sugar and 1/4 cup flour to thicken. I use this fabulous hot water pastry recipe for my pie crusts. It's so easy and always turns out great. I think I miss pottery because I went crazy with the crust! I will definitely make this pie again!


Here is a sheep pillow I made for a friend's daughter about a year ago that I forgot to blog!! It's never too late :o)




Enjoy your afternoon tea & quilted crafts :o)

24 comments :

  1. That pie is beautiful - thanks for the pastry link!

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  2. Looks so lovely and delicious!

    Many congrats on the newspaper article, I can only imagine the look on your face when you saw it was such a big page. Wonderful!

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  3. Ohhh!! I love this post!
    News, pie and patchwork!!! Perfect...
    This pilows... it's wonderful!!!
    Thanks,

    Hugs,

    Martina.

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  4. I'm so proud of you, my friend ! I just read the article :) Yay for half a page spread ! :D That pie looked amazing, no wonder why your friends licked their plate ! LOL xoxo hugs

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  5. Congratulations on the article Laurraine!! The link isn't working for me at the moment but I'll try again tomorrow! It looks wonderful!

    The little cushion is incredibly cute - I love the sheep's little legs!! As for the pie... oh my goodness... a work of art! My tummy is now rumbling! Ha!!! :-)

    Hugs! Vikki :-) x

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  6. The pie looks delcius!

    Congratulations on the great article! Always fun with publicity when it is the good kind :-)

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  7. Congratulations for your big article!
    Can´t open it at the moment, but I´ll try again. Fabulous pie, when the taste was similar yummy than the pie-style it was gorgeous, I would have licked my plate, too!

    And the pillow - as all the stuff you create - I love it!

    Anja

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  8. La tarta deliciosa!!!!!!
    Congratulations

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  9. Congratulations! You absolutely deserve it, your creativity is so inspired!
    Hugs,
    Veronica

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  10. Sorry, the link for the article was broken but it's fixed now!

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  11. Congratulations on the newspaper article. The pie looks yummy.

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  12. Congrats on the article! And that pie looks fabulous! :)

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  13. Congratulations on being featured in the article - it's great! And they even show your pretty new studio in the photo ... beautiful!

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  14. Your work is so stinkin' cute ! Your color choices, fabric choices, quilting, accents, designs are amazing! You have an admirer here.

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  15. Hum, c'est à quel heure le thé?
    La tarte à l'air succulente!

    L'oreiller magnifique! Comme tout le reste d'ailleurs.
    J'aime beaucoup les couleurs, c'est très joyeux.

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  16. Your work is amazing!
    Congrats on the article.

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  17. Perfilo e PersognoOctober 15, 2010 3:31 AM

    brava! brava! brava!

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  18. Such a full and interesting post! Congratulation for your being famous :) and thanks for the recipe!
    The sheep pillow is absolutely cute!

    Best wishes,
    Tatyana

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  19. Laurraine, congrats on your coverage in the New West Record and your success on Etsy!

    That pie crust is an absolute work of art! And the sheep pillow is adorable.

    Terry Aske
    (a fellow New Westminsterite and Etsian)

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  20. Olá, sempre estou visitando seu blog pois seus trabalhos são lindíssimos.
    Gostaria de fazer uma pergunta a respeito dessa torta de crosta II, eu gostaria de fazê-la mas não sei o que é farinha de encurtamento.
    Poderia me explicar, por favor?
    Obrigada.
    meu e-mail é mia.educ@msn.com ou
    miafofa2010@hotmail.com

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  21. Again awesome work madam...really smart floor cushion...great...

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