Free patterns posted for sweater and shortcake

May 23, 2007 at 3:14 pm | Posted in baby, biscuit recipes, country living, family, food, free knitting patterns, Holidays, knitting, knitting for babies, love, photography, recipes, yarn | 9 Comments

Just a note to let you know I have posted the teddy bear sweater pattern, and the strawberry shortcake recipe.

Have a beautiful day.



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  1. Thanks for the recipe. I use Splenda too. I have been making rhubarb and strawberry crisp lately, but I could make the rhubarb and strawberry into a sauce for a great shortcake. Thanks for the idea.
    My teddy needs a new sweater – once I get a few things off the needles! Thanks!

  2. Oooooh always game for a new recipe..
    Here is one for you..
    Dare YA!

  3. Thanks for sharing your strawberry shortcake recipe. I can’t wait now for the strawberries to ripen so I can go pick them fresh and give this a try!

  4. I have family coming this week-end for my daughters graduation and I think we are going to have Strawberry Shortcake! Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Hi there — just thought I’d say hello. I am a lurker, and have been reading your blog for a few months now. Just wanted to tell you that your creative work is very inspiring and got me to make several blankets and start knitting again! I also appreciate your writing a lot — lovely blog to read!


  6. P.S. hope you don’t mind, but I put a link on my blog to your blog here… Let me know if you mind, and I’ll take it off!

  7. After school we came home with 6 full baskets of strawberries, so sweet the car was full of the smell of berry goodness. Perfect timing to make your recipe… except that my four children have already inhaled every last strawberry! We need to live on a farm.

  8. Mmmm…my favorite! I’ll have to give it a try someday soon.

    Have missed you, but loved catching up on the posts. As always, thanks for a good read! 🙂

  9. Hi firefly!
    Your Strawberry Shortcake recipe is the kind I love, with real biscuits, not the spongecake ones you see so much of! I look forward to making this recipe one of these hot days to come. Looks simply delicious and unpretentious.
    Also, little Teddy’s cardigan is so quite Dapper. I wonder if it could fit a large preemie, even or is it too wide in the neck? You know those Football size Teddy Bear necks….:)
    Thanks for sharing.
    It’s like you’re a Knitting, baking, crafts and story-telling version of “A Prairie Home Companion”! Love it.
    ( what amount of shortcake does this make? Can I use a springform pan for the shortcake? It’s the only pan I have that’s that large a diameter)

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