This is one of the simplest, tastiest, most versatile dishes I have created. You can change it up by adding red bell pepper, mushrooms, or carrots, or substitute the spinach for kale or any other greens. It is a great addition to omelettes, fish or chicken dishes or in soups. There are so many ways to use this dish. And don’t forget the seasoning salt blend!
So, I have been adding my fabrics and patterns to Textillia so I can record all the things I plan to make. Also, I have added the fabric designs that I have on Spoonflower so you can add them to your own sewing projects.
After nearly a year of messing around with different combinations of ingredients, I finally have perfected a moist blueberry muffin with pops of blueberry flavor – and there’s a secret to getting juicy blueberries all through the muffins, not just a soggy mess at the bottom!
Scott has been working on a lot of medieval art, pulling it forward into the 21st century. I love what he’s doing so much that I wanted to share it with the sewing community. Our first designs are up on Spoonflower and they are dragons!! Who doesn’t want a dragon mask? And I cannot wait to start a quilt using these fabrics.
And these aren’t the only designs we are working on. As Scott draws and prepares more, I will make new fabric designs to share with you.
These are just a couple examples of the dragons fabrics. There are lots of color background choices, as well as image sizes to suit your needs. And, share what you make with them with me. I’d love to see them!